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Patrick Beverley | Guard | #21

Team: Los Angeles Clippers
Age / DOB:  (29) / 7/12/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 185
College: Arkansas
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 2 (12) / LAK
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Patrick Beverley said he's expecting to have more freedom in the Clippers' offense.
Beverley wasn't a major component of the offense in Houston, and understandably so, considering he was playing alongside the runner up to the MVP award, but he'll certainly have more opportunity for touches in Los Angeles this upcoming season. He'll likely be battling Milos Teodosic for the starting point guard spot over the course of training camp and the preseason, but regardless of how he enters the game, there is the potential for this to turn into a value killing, timeshare situation. Jul 19 - 11:02 AM
Source: USA Today

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The Clippers have traded for Patrick Beverley in the Chris Paul blockbuster.

It's an interesting week for Beverley, who was just named to First-Team All Defense on Monday. Beverley techincally started at shooting guard last year and wasn't much of an offensive factor, turning in a 14.1 usage rate in his 67 games. He'll almost certainly see more scoring opportunities with the Clippers and possibly even more than his 30.7 minutes per game. If the Clippers don't add much next month, he could be a solid fantasy target in the middle rounds.
Jun 28 - 11:52 AM

Patrick Beverley was named First-Team All Defense.

Maybe this helps Houston's leverage in trade talks -- they are reportedly shopping Beverley and he's been linked to the Jazz. In addition to Beverley and Chris Paul, Defensive Player of the Year finalists Draymond Green, Rudy Gobert, and Kawhi Leonard all earned a place on the First Team. Tony Allen, Danny Green, Andre Roberson, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Anthony Davis make up the Second-Team All Defense.
Jun 26 - 1:22 PM

The Jazz remain in talks for Patrick Beverley and are also in talks for a different point guard, according to Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune.

This report adds the Jazz are looking for another point guard. While Beverley is believed to be on the block, the Rockets are not going to deal him unless they feel confident they can replace him or they're getting assets back in return. The Jazz remain one of the wild cards in this draft for a litany of reasons.
Jun 22 - 2:28 PM

The Jazz have made a trade inquiry on Patrick Beverley, according to Tony Jones of the Salt Lake Tribune.

Sam Amick of USA Today adds that there are eight teams in the mix to get Mr. 94 Feet. The Rockets have high hopes this offseason as they'll look to clear out as much cap space as they can to go after players like Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Paul George and others. Beverley clearly showed he's a capable starter and he'd compete with just about any other starting unit because he can play both guard spots. As for the Jazz, they have a lot of cap space now, but that could change on July 1.
Jun 21 - 2:38 PM

The Rockets are reportedly "actively shopping" Patrick Beverley ahead of Thursday's 2017 NBA draft.

The Rockets currently do not have the cap space to pursue a top-tier free agent this offseason but getting Beverley's contract worth roughly $10.5 million over the next two years would be step one in freeing up some salary. There have been some reports that the Rockets would like to be a part of the Paul George or Chris Paul sweepstakes, but they'll need to do more than shedding Beverley's deal to make that happen. For what it's worth, Beverley is reportedly open to a trade away from Houston.
Jun 20 - 4:03 PM

Patrick Beverley (personal) scored 20 points in Tuesday's Game 5 loss to the Spurs, shooting 6-of-10 from the field with four rebounds, one assist and five 3-pointers in 42 minutes.

His grandfather passed away on Sunday and Beverley didn't practice with the Rockets on Monday so that he could spend some time with his family. "I talked to my family members, my first cousin, all my family back home in Chicago, and everybody wanted me to play tonight," Beverley said before Game 5. He added that his grandfather was his biggest fan and that he attended every game that he could. Beverley fought through tears in Game 4 and still managed to score 10 points with six assists, four rebounds, one steal and two triples in 26 minutes, so it's not a surprise that he responded with another awesome performance tonight.
May 10 - 12:05 AM

As expected, Patrick Beverley (personal) will play Game 5 vs. San Antonio on Tuesday.

Beverley's grandfather passed away on Sunday. Beverley traveled to Chicago to be with his family on Monday but is back with the team and was at shootaround on Tuesday morning. He is averaging 10.6 points, 5.8 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.7 treys for the Rockets this postseason.
Source: ESPN.com
May 9 - 12:27 PM

Patrick Beverley (personal) won't practice on Monday but he is expected to play in Game 5 vs. the Spurs on Tuesday.

Beverley's grandfather passed away prior to Sunday's 125-104 victory in Game 4 and he was visibly shaken up. "I wake up from a nap, the usual nap every day," Beverley said. "To hear that the person that raised you and nine other cousins, or siblings or whatever, to hear that he passed … The man of the family. … It’s tough, man. Tough." Beverley could barely warm up for Game 4 and broke down a couple times, but his teammates and coaches rallied around him in support and he managed to score 10 points with six assists, four rebounds, one steal and two triples in 26 minutes.
May 8 - 10:13 AM

Patrick Beverley had 15 points, eight rebounds, three assists, a steal and a 3-pointer on 6-of-10 shooting in Tuesday's series-clinching Game 5 win over the Thunder.

Beverley had really struggled in his previous two games, scoring a total of seven points, but bounced back in this one and was instrumental in the win. He's ready to play some serious defense against either Tony Parker or Mike Conley, and will be a key contributor for the Rockets on both ends of the floor going forward. With the Spurs and Cavaliers looking beatable, and the Clippers banged up, the only thing that may be standing between the Rockets and a championship is the Golden State Warriors.
Apr 25 - 11:07 PM

Patrick Beverley went 2-of-13 from the field during Sunday's Game 4 win, on his way to six points, two 3-pointers, three assists, five steals and three turnovers in 27 minutes.

Beverley has been connecting on just 10.5 percent of his shot attempts over the past two games, but there's no way he'll be this bad for an extended period. In general, he's been better at home this season, so he should be able to bounce back on Tuesday with the Rockets having an opportunity to close out this series on their home floor in Game 5. As a side note, Beverley screamed out an expletive towards the fans when the buzzer sounded, so he could be facing another fine.
Apr 23 - 6:49 PM

The NBA is expected to fine Patrick Beverley $25,000 after an incident with a fan during Game 3.

Beverley got into a heated argument with a fan who was later identified as the son of minority Thunder owner Jay Scaramucci, but there was no physical contact and the NBA will not issue a suspension as expected. Beverley and the Rockets will be back in action for Game 4 on Sunday.
Apr 23 - 12:48 PM

The NBA is investigating an incident between a fan and Patrick Beverley after Game 3.

It appeared Beverley had an argument with a fan just behind the basket, but there didn't appear to be any physical contact in the argument. As of Saturday afternoon, the NBA has not requested any video from Chesapeake Energy Arena. At worst, Beverley is likely just looking at a fine for this incident.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 22 - 2:09 PM

Patrick Beverley missed all six shots from the field and made 1-of-2 from the line against the Thunder on Friday, adding seven rebounds, two assists, three rebounds and six fouls.

The 18.0 points per game he averaged in the first two games seemed like a fluke, but the law of averages was a little harsher than usual. Beverley will continue to see minutes in the 30s when he's not in foul trouble, so expect more scoring output with plenty of other stats on Sunday.
Apr 22 - 12:13 AM

Patrick Beverley made 8-of-13 shots with four 3-pointers on Sunday, scoring a playoff career-high 21 points with 10 rebounds, three assists and two steals in a mere 26 minutes during a Game 1 victory vs. OKC.

Beverley was leveled on a screen by Steven Adams and he later complained of a sore back once the score was in hand, but he finished the game on Houston's bench so we're leaving him off the injury report. He's earned his reputation as a defensive irritant, but he obviously brings more to the table than getting under Russell Westbrook's skin. Bev finished the regular season averaging 9.5 points and 1.6 triples, with career-highs in rebounds (5.9), assists (4.2) and steals (1.5). Given the pace of this series, he's likely to have a few more formidable stat lines.
Apr 17 - 12:30 AM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Patrick Beverley
2Milos Teodosic
3Jawun Evans
4Tyrone Wallace
SG1Austin Rivers
2Lou Williams
3Sindarius Thornwell
4DeAndre Liggins
SF1Danilo Gallinari
2Sam Dekker
3Wes Johnson
PF1Blake Griffin
2Montrezl Harrell
3Brice Johnson
C1DeAndre Jordan
2Willie Reed
3Marshall Plumlee