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The Rockets Daily – April 1, 2014

No Knife - Patrick Beverley was right when he said he would play again this season.  Dr. James Andrews – usually a death sentence in situations like these – verified that Beverley would not need surgery to continue playing the rest of the season.  It’s not totally clear if he will need any kind of procedure after the season or if simply wearing a protective brace will allow the injury to heal on its own.

Beverley will still need another week or two of rest before he can resume playing, so Isaiah Canaan will continue to play in his stead.  James Harden sounds comfortable with the rookie logging minutes for a title-contender, and there was some chatter in the forums that fans would even prefer to see Canaan start over the ever-embattled Jeremy Lin.  While Canaan showed some promise and definitely has the talent to be a player in this league, he played reckless and out of control for stretches of the Clippers game.  Turning him loose in a playoff series against Russell Westbrook or Tony Parker and Greg Poppovich would be like waving bar-b-que in front of a hungry wolf.  Point guard is the deepest position in the NBA right now – especially in the West – and it wouldn’t take long for opposing coaches to figure out how to exploit a player with such little experience and capitalize on him.

As for Lin, he didn’t play well in the Clippers game and that’s been the cause of much of the Canaan-chatter.  Lin has been remarkably inconsistent since the All-Star break and “confidence” is usually the key word used when describing what’s ailing him.  I never really bought into that theory but you could really see it in his game on Saturday night.  Multiple times Lin would beat his man, get into the lane and leave his feet, only to turn his back to the rim and look to pass with no intent on trying to score.  Maybe that was DeAndre Jordan’s doing or maybe he was just trying to stick to the Rockets’ credo of slash-and-kick.  But whatever the case, Lin’s best asset is his scoring and when he doesn’t get buckets he just doesn’t add much to the team. 

Back in the Linsanity days, Lin’s primary role for the Knicks (who were playing without Melo for most of that run) was to attack the defense and score the ball.  We all know what happened when he was paired with James Harden and the Houston Rockets that following summer and that’s where his crisis of confidence started.  It was only compounded when he lost his starting job to Patrick Beverley before this season and I think that’s what’s wrong with Lin now.

Playing with Harden, Lin appears to feel the need to be a true point guard.  But the fact is, that’s just not who he is or why he was signed in the first place.  Lin is a scoring-guard that plays the point, and that’s why I was such a proponent of him being the sixth-man.  Presumably, with the second unit (and without Harden) Lin would be left to do what he does best and attack the rim.  But he seems to be stuck between the two roles; his natural inclination is to drive to the basket, but after doing so he stops trying to score and starts looking for teammates once it’s too late.

When the Rockets are sans Harden, Lin knows he has to be the perimeter scorer.  For proof of how good he can be when he is comfortable in his role, you only need to look at the six games that James Harden has missed that Lin started in his place.  In those contests the Rockets were 4-2 despite missing their best player thanks in large part to Lin, who averaged 20.5 ppg, 5.8 apg, 4.3 rpb and shot 51%FG and 47%3pt, not to mention he got to the line over six times a game and shot 84% from the stripe.  I don’t know why this doesn’t translate to his sixth-man role, but he has to figure out how to assert himself whenever he’s in the game.

Patrick Beverley won the starting job because he is a better defender, not because he’s a better point guard.  Lin just needs to remember what got him paid and play ball with his instincts, no matter who else is on the court.  Confidence is a fickle thing and maybe Lin won’t ever find it coming off the bench, but he is Houston’s best bet for pushing the Rockets to the next level, not a rookie.

*On a side note, how great was Bill Worrell’s “Canaan-Ball” call on the rook’s first made three?  I bet he’d been sitting on that one since draft night.  He’s the best.

Power Rankings – Marc Stein’s newest power rankings have the Rockets flipping spots with the Miami Heat, falling to number five.

As hard as the Rockets tried to find a palatable Omer Asik trade, going back to December, they were always torn about the idea. And now the Rockets have to be glad Asik bidders were turned off by Houston’s high demands because Dwight Howard is still out. So they need their insurance policy.

Asik is the ultimate insurance policy, but what I thought was even more enlightening was a comment in Stein’s blog post introducing the newest batch of rankings.

A weekend of missed opportunities for the Memphis Grizzlies, Golden State Warriors and Phoenix Suns helped keep the Rockets in the top five and prevented Indy from dropping out of the top six.

All three teams threatening to push the Portland Trail Blazers further down in the standings had rough weekends and put a little more distance between them and the 5-seed.  I made a comment in the Shoutbox while watching Memphis v. Portland that it was weird rooting for the Blazers after cursing them for so much of the season.  But if they can hold off the scarier Warriors, Grizzlies and the long-time Rockets-killing Mavericks, Houston would have the most fragile first-round opponent not in the East.  While the Spurs are busy trying to score with Dirk or banging with Grit-and-Grind, Houston would be gifted Rockets-lite; a Blazers team that can score like the Rockets but who shouldn’t have the talent to keep up in a seven-game series.  Go Blazers! (but only until April 13).

Getting Bored - In an interview with Dan Le Batard on his radio show, Daryl Morey gave a little insight that he might be losing interest in running a basketball team.

When I was going through school, and even coming up with the Celtics, I never saw this as a long-term gig.  It was a hobby and certainly a challenge, but I always wanted more.  I wanted to look at real world problems and see if I could solve them.  And now I see what Nate Silver is doing with Five Thirty Eight and I can’t help but think, ‘Hey, that could be me’.  But the fact of the matter is, I have two years left on my deal with the Rockets and I’ll probably get them checks before I make any decisions.  I really, really want to win a title and rub it in Mark Cuban’s stupid, smug face…call Sam Presti and tell him thanks for gift-wrapping the Beard like he’s Billy King or something.  Then maybe I’ll solve the energy crisis or whatever is going on with Miley Cyrus.  Who knows.

The entire transcript can be read here, and is really worth a look.  I’m just too grief-stricken to comment further.  Have a great Tuesday, everyone.

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  • Steven says 6 months ago

    So basically Canaan will be Sam Cassel and Covington will be Robert Horry. If only...

    Hopefully they get two rings their first two years in the league.
  • Dayak says 6 months ago

    Morey even said, he plans on covington developing into a defensive stopper and 3pt bomber.


    He has all the tools to be that kind of player. I'm following him in instagram, he is a nice guy and i wish he could be a very good NBA player someday.
  • BallSoHarden says 6 months ago

    So basically Canaan will be Sam Cassel and Covington will be Robert Horry. If only...

  • Buckko says 6 months ago

    Morey even said, he plans on covington developing into a defensive stopper and 3pt bomber.

  • Dayak says 6 months ago

    6'9" with a 7'2" wingspan and dead eye 3pt marksman. Classic 3&D.


    Count me in.
  • Steven says 6 months ago One bandwagon at a time.
  • Buckko says 6 months ago

    6'9" with a 7'2" wingspan and dead eye 3pt marksman. Classic 3&D.

  • Steven says 6 months ago Who?
  • Buckko says 6 months ago

    Canaan sucks. We should cut Canaan.

    Well the world has just turned on its head. Come join the covington band wagon with me...

  • BrentYen says 6 months ago What, why? He just need time.
  • Steven says 6 months ago Canaan sucks. We should cut Canaan.
  • Cooper says 6 months ago

    Canaan was bad, with several rookie mistakes, bench play overall was garbage but it was from guys like casspi, garcia and hamilton so not real suprising those guys won't usually be getting significant minutes.

  • rockets best fan says 6 months ago

    @TTDN

    I would disagree :lol:

  • timetodienow1234567 says 6 months ago Canaan proved why he should be in the d-league. Good prospect. Horrid player. 2 points 2 turnovers.
  • Steven says 6 months ago

    RBF has made up his mind about Lin so it's no use arguing about it. If you disagree just put him on ignore. Debating Lin on every thread is annoying. I've gotten less active since that's the majority of all discussions on this forum.

    I could agrue that some of us want to talk about Canaan. In this world today if you are Pro-something everyone clams you are anti-something else, thus as a man I fell I have to correct them. I'm not speaking for RBF, but myself, I am undoubtably Pro-Canaan, a self described "Canaan Truther" (trademark pending, t-shirts on the way). But to say that he would be a better piece for these current Rockets, is instantly an Anti-Lin statement. Canaan is a better three point shooter, and anyone of us can be a better defender then Jeremy Lin on the isolation. The first is a fact, compare their stats, the second more subjective, but a widely common one including local sports talk radio. Using these two metrics, since Harden needs the ball on his hands, Canaan should play over Lin, because Lin needs the ball in order to be effective.
  • rockets best fan says 6 months ago

    @TTDN

    you are correct..........I have made up my mind regarding Lin and only superior play from Lin can change it. when I see Lin this is what I see

    1. a PG who has trouble reading the second line of defense after getting by his man

    2.a PG who doesn't pass all that well, which is the primary job of the PG

    3. a player who in general makes bad decisions with the ball in his hands

    4. a player who needs to play an aggressive style of play, but who turns the ball over to much when he attempts to do this

    5. a players who at best is a streaky shooter and can't finish at the rim all that well especially when there is a seven footer at the rim

    6. a player who lacks confidence in his abilities. if he doesn't trust himself.....I sure as hell won't

    7. a player who can't guard a fire hydrant :lol:and is a general liability on defense. when he does attempt to play defense it only ends up in foul calls. why? because he has slow feet.

    I could break his game down further but I think you get the general picture. Lin is not a good player period. sure he has flashes of solid play, but they are few and far between. I'm tired of sitting by the wishing well hoping Lin can turn things around. he is what he is. what we are seeing is his ceiling. it doesn't get any better than this and hoping it will it about as fruitful as wishing for that winning lotto ticket.

    now the last issue..............I don't have a single person on this forum on ignore........even you :lol:you see people don't hurt my feeling by expressing their opinions. it's not personal to me. I come here because I love discussing the Rockets and have accepted the fact that not all posters will share my point of view. when I don't care to discuss a particular subject I stay out of the thread created for it rather than get angry by reading the contents. perhaps this could be good advice for you too. I like having different ideas put on the table of discussion. I never what to lock myself into not viewing the whole picture when it comes to discussing the Rockets. during some discussions I have actually changed my mind on a particular subject once all of the facts have been brought out. I don't come here to force my Ideas on others, but tolisten to all sides of an argument. perhaps you should try it.........you might like it

  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    I think the musical chairs thing is Morey's instruction. Wants to get minutes with certain lineups and see what SportsVu has to say about it. Different combinations and how effective they are

    Interesting notion....that makes as much sense as anything I can think of.

  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    JG, youre looking at one shot. It was great but look at the whole body of work. He wasnt that good for most of the year. But he did at least play. Something Canaan has not.

    Not true--I'm just posting a video of one shot. I watched that whole year (and just re-watched a documentary about it because talking about Cassell made me nostalgic :) ). It was obvious we had ourselves a player. I'm not arguing that Canaan has proven anything. I simply disagree with your assessment of Cassell. For a rookie playing behind an established starter he did just fine and contributed throughout the season. I mean, are you saying he wasn't all-star-sam-cassell good? Of course he wasn't. You can think what you like--it doesn't matter either way.

    I will say that, despite his mistakes, I saw a lot to like from Canaan when he has played.

  • Incubus2803 says 6 months ago

    I think the musical chairs thing is Morey's instruction. Wants to get minutes with certain lineups and see what SportsVu has to say about it. Different combinations and how effective they are

  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    RBF has made up his mind about Lin so it's no use arguing about it. If you disagree just put him on ignore. Debating Lin on every thread is annoying. I've gotten less active since that's the majority of all discussions on this forum.

    I'd like to take a second to respond to this as well. I keep seeing this sentiment pop up. That's fine to feel this way, but to complain without taking any action (as many do) doesn't fill me with much empathy.

    There is plenty to discuss and make threads about--which hardly happens. Examples:

    What's up with Parsons and his slump?

    Why is McHale playing musical chairs with Garcia, Casspi, and Hamilton?

    What kind of player might the Rockets be looking for in the upcoming draft?

    How are our guys in the D-League doing?

    Is D-Mo about to beat out T-Jones for the PF spot?

    There's plenty more. I'm not meaning to single you out--it just happened to hit me with this post--plenty of others have expressed the same. I don't disagree with you, but if you don't like it then start making other threads you do like instead of complaining.

  • Incubus2803 says 6 months ago

    JG, youre looking at one shot. It was great but look at the whole body of work. He wasnt that good for most of the year. But he did at least play. Something Canaan has not.

  • Incubus2803 says 6 months ago

    word. Its not him that I worry about. Its the entire bench really. I still have a soft spot for Casspi. But everyone is so inconsistent. I thought Asik would bring some stability to the second unit, but he's been pretty up and down as well

  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    you know, Jeremy Lin has had some pretty clutch moments as well. He was kind of a thing there for awhile

    And my point wasnt to dismiss Cassell. But to compare Canaan to him is just silly.

    If your point wasn't to dismiss Cassell you shouldn't have written this:

    "And as for Cassell, he played over a thousand minutes his rookie year and even then didnt perform that well. His contributions to that team are a little overblown bc of how his career turned out."

    That looks like a dismissal to me. Further, comparing any clutch shot, or play, that Lin has made to Cassell is as bad as the comparison with Canaan in my opinion.

    Look, no one was comparing him directly to Cassell. He just said rookie PG's have held their own in the playoffs before. That's all.

    You're right though....Jeremy was kind of a thing there for a while. Too bad it has to be past tense.

  • timetodienow1234567 says 6 months ago RBF has made up his mind about Lin so it's no use arguing about it. If you disagree just put him on ignore. Debating Lin on every thread is annoying. I've gotten less active since that's the majority of all discussions on this forum.
  • Incubus2803 says 6 months ago

    you know, Jeremy Lin has had some pretty clutch moments as well. He was kind of a thing there for awhile

    And my point wasnt to dismiss Cassell. But to compare Canaan to him is just silly.

  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    "Lin has started, come off the bench, played PG/SG you name it"

    Couldnt that be part of the problem? He hasnt gotten to play with Asik for most of the season, he hasn't been in the same role for more than a couple games at a time, it seems. He just needs to log minutes with "his" rotation.

    And as for Cassell, he played over a thousand minutes his rookie year and even then didnt perform that well. His contributions to that team are a little overblown bc of how his career turned out. Canaan on the other hand, hasnt even played 100 minutes yet. You cant throw someone like that into the fire of the playoffs

    I realize youre over Lin, but youre letting your emotions best you. Hes not as bad as you want him to be and his ceiling is one of the highest on the team. Theyre going to need him to succeed especially since he's probably going to be on the team next year.

    Cassell certainly had some quiet games during those two championship runs, but he hit quite a few shots when it mattered. He also posted some monster games as well. I won't bore people with the stat lines. They can be viewed HERE (94) & HERE (95) Instead, how about we relive this moment B) No big deal, just a game winner in the finals as a rookie.

    And that's why he is allowed to do this nonsense...

    Cassellbigballsdance.gif

  • Incubus2803 says 6 months ago

    "Lin has started, come off the bench, played PG/SG you name it"

    Couldnt that be part of the problem? He hasnt gotten to play with Asik for most of the season, he hasn't been in the same role for more than a couple games at a time, it seems. He just needs to log minutes with "his" rotation.

    And as for Cassell, he played over a thousand minutes his rookie year and even then didnt perform that well. His contributions to that team are a little overblown bc of how his career turned out. Canaan on the other hand, hasnt even played 100 minutes yet. You cant throw someone like that into the fire of the playoffs

    I realize youre over Lin, but youre letting your emotions best you. Hes not as bad as you want him to be and his ceiling is one of the highest on the team. Theyre going to need him to succeed especially since he's probably going to be on the team next year.

  • rockets best fan says 6 months ago

    @JG

    get-um JG :lol:some of these attempts to manipulate the stats show just how far some Lin fans will go to shine a positive light on their golden boy.

    @Mitchell Felker

    while I found your article entertaining, I totally disagree with your outlook on Lin. I do agree confidence is part of Lin's problem, but in my opinion players who continuallystruggle with confidence are mentally weak and can not be depended on. we have tried everything. Lin has started, come off the bench, played PG/SG you name it, yet he has been unable to establish consistent play in any of these roles. at some point we have to stop holding his hand. he's in the big boy league. he puts up or shuts up, there is no middle ground. either produce or get the hell out of the way and let someone else try. that's my line of thinking when it comes to Canaan replacing Lin. Lin has proved to me that he can't get the job done. let someone else try..........and Canaan is next in line. I agree we have not seen enough of Canaan to make a judgment on his ability to help us this year, however it's about time we get busy trying to find out. I find it disturbing resting our playoffs hopes on Lin's inconsistent play. Canaan may not be the answer......it has yet to be determined, but Lin for sure isn't the answer. so what are we really risking then? I remember another rookie PG who stepped up in the playoffs...........without his contribution we have no championships........Sam Cassel.as I told Drew in another thread I understand the line of thinking of posters who are afraid of change.....especially when it comes to the unknown. right now Canaan represents the unknown. however we can't just stick our heads in the dirt pretending Lin will work his problems out. we have to establish a plan B attack. my hope is that Beverley will return and render this conversation unimportant, however we don't know yet how much he will be able to give us. that makes finding out what we have in Canaan a top priority.

  • Mitchell Felker says 6 months ago

    LOL. Great article and great April fools gag. Did you read Morey's mind?

    Morey followed me on Twitter this morning. I guess he liked the gag.

  • Dayak says 6 months ago Come on, Bev is a better defender than Lin and he is the best fit to play alongside Harden. Bev played against starting PGs and Lin played again backup PGs, then you should't compare their defensive impact . Lin isn't a six man, he is a backup PG/SG for this team and 25m/3 years is too much for a role player.
  • thejohnnygold says 6 months ago

    I'm surprised that some one finally figured out about the confidence was the culprit of Lin's inconsistence performance. Just put yourself into Lin's situation, how much confidence do you have? Confidence is the key to the player's instantaneous reaction when he dribble penetrated to the painted area but facing rigorously defense still scoring or making good pass, it's not the musle memory.

    As of the 6th man part, my question is how could Lin be the 6th man while either Harden (38 MPG) and/or Beverley (31.1 MPG) is always on the court? Everyone knew that Lin was not allowed to handle the ball when either of them is playing, I'll say he's the 7th man if there is a title like that. But saying Beverley is a better defender is totally wrong, his style of defense is totally not NBA (I'll be embarassed if he is in my team), it will only cause injuries to the opponent or himself, and he is the worst defender in his team according to nba.com "Stats" "Sortable Player Stats" then "Player Tracking" "Defensive Impact", then add a "Team Filter" "Houston Rockets" (http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingDefense.html?pageNo=1&rowsPerPage=25&filters=TeamAbbr*E*HOU), check the Opp FGP at Rim (the lower the number the better the defense), Beverley has the highest number among the players with regular minutes played since the beginning of this season.

    OK, let's do this. I went and filtered as you described. You are correct that Beverley is the worst starter and is allowing a conversion rate of 52.9% at the rim.....on 1.9 tries per game (31.5 mpg). That means Patrick Beverley is allowing the elite PG's of the NBA 1 conversion at the rim per game. Now, that may be bad defense in some people's eyes, but for me that gets an A++ grade.

    Now, Mr. Lin is giving up a 46.7% conversion rate at the rim on 2.9 tries per game (29 mpg). That is 1 extra shot at the rim allowed with fewer minutes played and often against back-up pg's. It's important to tell the whole story when creating a narrative.

    Let's do some math!

    Beverley: 1.9 x 2 (point value of shots at rim)= 3.8 ---> 3.8 x .529 (allowed fg%)= 2.01 ppg allowed at the rim

    Lin: 2.9 x 2= 5.8 ---> 5.8 x .467= 2.71 ppg allowed at the rim.

    I will remind that Lin also commits more shooting fouls than Bev.

    Patrick Beverley does not play NBA defense? Well, someone should shoot an e-mail to McHale or Tweet something to Daryl Morey and let them know. I'd venture to say Kevin McHale alone has more basketball knowledge than the entirety of this forum's membership and if he says Beverley can play NBA defense then I'm going to believe him. It helps that the statistical data does in fact support that decision--not the other way around. Fact is, of all the perimeter players with regular minutes Lin gives up the most attempts at the rim. A few percentage points does not compensate for the higher volume.

    While the conversion rate matters, I believe the number of attempts is equally important. Every time a wing player beats his man and gets to the rim is a chance for Dwight to pick up a foul--which can put him on the bench--which is not a useful place for him. :P

    So, let's recap. Patrick Beverley (who now has a reputation for hurting players after 1 incident with Westbrook in 94 games played)--that Patrick Beverley averages one field goal at the rim allowed per game against the starting point guards of the NBA. Now, I will not neglect to mention Dwight Howard's part in this equation--surely that matters--but the fact of the matter is he is doing his job of keeping these guys away from the restricted area.

    Terrence Jones is the naughty one. He is giving up 6.8 tries at the rim and allowing 51% to go in. That is 6.97 ppg.

    What is most likely is that penetration is happening against both and Dwight/Omer are deterring shots which lead to dishes to the PF who has slid behind Jones and gets an easy dunk. I'd say that explains most of these numbers.

  • Cooper says 6 months ago

    You can't measure defense of a pg with opp fgp at the rim when they are generally the smallest players on the court and have no responsiblity in rim protection.

  • p453833 says 6 months ago

    I'm surprised that some one finally figured out about the confidence was the culprit of Lin's inconsistence performance. Just put yourself into Lin's situation, how much confidence do you have? Confidence is the key to the player's instantaneous reaction when he dribble penetrated to the painted area but facing rigorously defense still scoring or making good pass, it's not the musle memory.

    As of the 6th man part, my question is how could Lin be the 6th man while either Harden (38 MPG) and/or Beverley (31.1 MPG) is always on the court? Everyone knew that Lin was not allowed to handle the ball when either of them is playing, I'll say he's the 7th man if there is a title like that. But saying Beverley is a better defender is totally wrong, his style of defense is totally not NBA (I'll be embarassed if he is in my team), it will only cause injuries to the opponent or himself, and he is the worst defender in his team according to nba.com "Stats" "Sortable Player Stats" then "Player Tracking" "Defensive Impact", then add a "Team Filter" "Houston Rockets" (http://stats.nba.com/playerTrackingDefense.html?pageNo=1&rowsPerPage=25&filters=TeamAbbr*E*HOU), check the Opp FGP at Rim (the lower the number the better the defense), Beverley has the highest number among the players with regular minutes played since the beginning of this season.

  • NorEastern says 6 months ago

    LOL. Great article and great April fools gag. Did you read Morey's mind?

  • Steven says 6 months ago He should call Presti everyday and tell him thanks for gift wrapping Harden. He should call Cuban everyday asking for the availability of Dirk.

    @Mitchell
    Everything will be alright

    @ Texan
    Carol Dawson was the prior GM, Leslie Alexander is the current owner.
  • Mitchell Felker says 6 months ago

    He's 6th in minutes per game, so yes...but barely. And McHale prefers a 9-man rotation.

  • Alituro says 6 months ago

    That means no more Jordan Hamilton. Parsons runs with the second unit, so you'd have to make a decision.

    Parsons rests at some point, eh?

  • Alituro says 6 months ago

    two

    Nope.. on you both times.. Just keeping it alive..

  • Mitchell Felker says 6 months ago

    That means no more Jordan Hamilton. Parsons runs with the second unit, so you'd have to make a decision.

  • bladad says 6 months ago

    He would also fare well in the second unit with Lin and Asik.

    Running Canaan at the 1 and Lin at the 2. Interedasting...

  • Ur Fn wrong says 6 months ago

    Morey has made comments like this before regarding moving on to bigger and better things, just glad he gave us the time he did. You can youtube his discussions with Stephen Hawking regarding thePi(c)=N

  • Mitchell Felker says 6 months ago

    Yeah that post by Morey was both enlightening and heartbreaking at the same time.

    Canaan is still working through some early jitters I'm sure with his sudden and unexpected insertion into the rotation. We won't go far through the postseason with him logging big minutes though, nor will we with Lin taking Beverley's spot as a starter. However this is a good opportunity to give Canaan some burn before the playoffs start in the interest of preserving Beverley. He would also fare well in the second unit with Lin and Asik.

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  • Alituro says 6 months ago

    Yeah that post by Morey was both enlightening and heartbreaking at the same time.

    Canaan is still working through some early jitters I'm sure with his sudden and unexpected insertion into the rotation. We won't go far through the postseason with him logging big minutes though, nor will we with Lin taking Beverley's spot as a starter. However this is a good opportunity to give Canaan some burn before the playoffs start in the interest of preserving Beverley. He would also fare well in the second unit with Lin and Asik.

  • Mitchell Felker says 6 months ago

    Morey...say it ain't so. Losing Morey would be worse than when the Astros lost Jerry Hunsicker. Money talks though, and Carol Dawson has a lot of it and is not afraid to spend it.

    There's one....

  • Texan Ensemble says 6 months ago

    Morey...say it ain't so. Losing Morey would be worse than when the Astros lost Jerry Hunsicker. Money talks though, and Carol Dawson has a lot of it and is not afraid to spend it.

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