Rockets guard Patrick Beverley was arrested, paid a fine and was released today because of an open warrant for a traffic violation, Ch. 13 reported. The Harris County Precinct 8 Constable’s Office told the TV station that Beverley was stopped this morning on Beltway 8 at Telephone Road by Pearland police. Beverley had an open warrant for a Class C misdemeanor for “Operating a Motor Vehicle on Toll Road When Prohibited” issued out of Harris County. Beverley was arrested at the scene and transported to the Clear Lake substation. He paid a fine and was released at around 11 a.m.
May 23, 2017 | 5:59 am EDT Update
“One is to keep playing in this league at this age, enjoying every day, and playing the sport I still love. The other one is stay at home, be a Dad, travel more, enjoy my whole family – I have a wonderful family, and spend time with them. Whatever it is, it’s two unbelievable options. There’s no way I can be sad, whatever I decide.”
“He’s going to be remembered for the (four) titles and the scoring and all that other stuff, but you talk about a guy that’s as talented as he is, who could’ve done anything in the NBA for many years, he was humble enough to be one of the first to accept coming off the bench graciously,” said Warriors acting head coach Mike Brown, who was a Spurs assistant from 2000 to 2003 and spent much of last season shadowing the Spurs coaching staff while pondering his next move.