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Rockets: Nick Johnson Can Play Defensive Minutes When Called On

Josh Reese
Rockets Editor

Pat Beverley is gone and he’s not coming back. With their starting point guard now out for the season after getting surgery to repair torn wrist ligaments. 366 more words

Rockets

BRENDAN RYAN MIGHT NOT MAKE THE H"HALL OF FAME," BUT HE MAKES THE NICK JOHNSON CLUB

  Brendan Ryan might not make The Hall Of Fame, but he has qualified for Nick Johnson’s Injury Club!

Brendan Ryan’s strained right calf has thrown the middle of the Yankees’ infield into a spinning wheel that will have Stephen Drew shifting from second to short for Thursday’s split-squad game against the Pirates and led to minor league infielder Gregorio Petit being acquired Wednesday night from the Astros for cash. 53 more words

YANKEES

Patrick Beverley sidelined for four months after undergoing wrist surgery

Patrick Beverley will miss the remainder of the season for Houston.

Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley looked to stave off season-ending wrist surgery in hopes of returning to the Rockets this year, but the 26-year-old Beverley was forced to undergo surgery on Tuesday morning after it was determined by Houston’s medical staff that the torn ligaments in his left wrist would require surgery to heal properly. 516 more words

NBA

Report: Rockets' Beverley out for season

The Houston Rockets’ injury issues continue. Just days after getting Dwight Howard back from a 26-game absence with a knee injury comes the news that point guard… 270 more words

HT News

John Wall blocks Corey Brewer at the rim, Nick Johnson gets him back (VIDEO)

The Wizards lost 99-91 to the Rockets on Sunday, but John Wall made highlight plays at both ends of the floor. Check out this block on Corey Brewer at the rim: 61 more words

Houston Rockets

Tsunami is making signal generation accessible to everyone

The Tsunami is a powerful and flexible signal generator, analyzer and experimenter’s kit built on the Arduino platform.

With more and more Makers graduating to designing and building their own hardware, they often find themselves faced with a difficult choice: spend hundreds, or even thousands, on expensive test equipment and development boards, or waste time trying to make do with what they can put together on a budget. 412 more words

Makers Movement