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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Patrick Beverley
Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley has been cleared to play in Game 2 on Wednesday night after injuring his right knee in the opening game of the first-round playoff series against Portland.
Russell Westbrook wouldn't say he wanted payback against Patrick Beverley.
Patrick Beverley is not the first option for the Houston offense. In fact, he might be the fifth.
The last time the Houston Rockets scored more than 70 points in a first half they followed it with a franchise-low 19 points after halftime.
Da'Sean Butler and Patrick Beverley have been waived by the Miami Heat.
Da'Sean Butler was still with the Miami Heat when he awoke Monday morning, in theory just hours away from making the championship contender's 15-man roster.
He also drew three suspensions last season, including one by the Kings for "unprofessional behavior and conduct detrimental to the team" after he shouted at then-coach Keith Smart in the locker room during halftime of a loss at the Los Angeles Clippers.
"There's no personal battles at all," he said after Houston's workout. "It's a team game. It's the Houston Rockets versus the Portland Trail Blazers, not Patrick Beverley versus Damian Lillard."