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Michael Beasley
Michael Beasley
Position: F
Born: 01/09/89
Height: 6-10 / 2.08
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Salary: $306,526
Morey also could bring back Michael Beasley, who appears to be a bargain, and keep his qualifying offer and cap hold to try to keep restricted free agent Donatas Motiejunas, and still have $38 million to spend. Terrence Jones, Josh Smith and Jason Terry will be free agents. Harden, Pat Beverley, Trevor Ariza, Corey Brewer, K.J. McDaniels, Beasley and Andrew Goudelock are all under contract with the Rockets, the latter two with team options for next season; Clint Capela, Montrezl Harrell and Sam Dekker are on their rookie deals.
Rockets forward Michael Beasley said the team spent Monday regrouping after their 121-94 loss to the Warriors in Game 4 of the first round of the playoffs on Sunday afternoon. The Rockets met at the Toyota Center and watched film and talked. “Days like today are good,” Beasley said. “You come in. You watch the good and the bad. You talk about it. It’s embarrassing. Days like today are good so you won’t have that hangover effect of a bad loss in the next game.”
Beasley said the main thing he learned from the film session was that the Rockets reacted poorly to Golden State’s third quarter performance. The biggest improvement they need to make, he said, is their level of enthusiasm. “When they started to make shots, we took it harder than we were supposed to,” he said. “Other than that, I thought we played a great game. We just had lapses in a crucial part of the game. There was four or five minutes where everything was going their way. That was the frustrating part.”
With 21 points on Friday, his second-highest scoring game with the Rockets, forward Michael Beasley has scored in double figures in nine-consecutive games. That is the longest streak for a Rockets player off the bench since Carl Landry scored in double figures in 13-consecutive games early in the 2009-10 season. “Just staying professional,” Beasley said. “We all have to do our part individually. The stronger the bricks, the stronger the wall. I’m just trying to do my part and stay with my game.”