There are three matchups on Tuesday night this week in the NBA, one of them being a game between two playoff teams in New York City as the Brooklyn Nets will be hosting the Houston Rockets at the Barclays
Patrick Beverley never did anything to you.
Nobody likes flies. Whether you're taking in a nice sunny day with a cool beverage in your hand or just waiting until you've finished eating dinner to clean up your mucky dishes, they seem to always find a way to mess things up.
[caption id="attachment_7845" align="aligncenter" width="850"] Dec 21, 2013; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley (2) gets a hand injury looked at during the second quarter
New season. New team. Same old Dwight Howard. Well, maybe that last part isn't so true. After battling back and shoulder injuries all of last season, he is supposedly 100 percent again, which gives Rockets fans a reason to believe that the old Dwight will show up this season, not the decrepit Lakers Dwight.
Patrick Beverley is older than most 2013 sophomores. He's smaller than most 2013 sophomores. That doesn't make him any less of a warrior. While you might know him best from injuring Russell Westbrook, Brian Schroeder is here to tell you why you should know him for just how good he could be.