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Patrick Beverley | Guard | #21

Team: Los Angeles Clippers
Age / DOB:  (30) / 7/12/1988
Ht / Wt:  6'1' / 185
College: Arkansas
Drafted: 2009 / Rd. 2 (12) / LAK
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Patrick Beverley (knee surgery) will not have any limitations entering training camp.
Beverley will go to camp in Los Angeles, but there's a chance he could be making a move to Phoenix at some point, with rumors heating up about the Suns' interest in him. He's coming off a very serious knee injury but has looked great at recent workouts, and he could be fun to own if he does wind up in Phoenix. Beverley is someone to consider towards the final few rounds on draft day. Sep 18 - 5:15 PM
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According to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the Suns are targeting Patrick Beverley of the Clippers.

Shams added that Beverley is on the top of their list because they believe he'll be an ideal fit next to Devin Booker. For now, Los Angeles' asking price is a major roadblock, as they are looking for a first-round pick and the Suns are only willing to part with second rounders. Beverley would be very appealing in Phoenix, so he looks like a nice flier at his late-round ADP.
Sep 17 - 12:40 PM

The Suns have discussed Patrick Beverley, Spencer Dinwiddie, and Cory Joseph as possible trade targets, according to John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports.

All three of those above guards are on fairly team-friendly deals, and those teams have invested in other point guards, as well. Beverley makes the most sense of the bunch because his contract could become non-guaranteed later this year, so he could start the year in the first unit before guys like Elie Okobo and/or De'Anthony Melton are ready.
Sep 8 - 9:49 PM

Patrick Beverley (right knee surgery) said he's feeling great and is in the best shape of his life.

"I’m really ready," said Beverley when asked about his surgically-repaired knee. "I’m feeling really, really strong, I’m in the best shape I’ve ever been in my life and we’re going to see soon." Beverley was cleared for full basketball activities in June, so he should be ready to hit the ground running when training camp begins in September. If he can manage to stay healthy this season, he'll be in a position to flirt with top-80 value.
Aug 19 - 4:45 PM

Patrick Beverley (knee surgery) is three months ahead of schedule and has been cleared to return to full basketball activities.

Beverley had microfracture and meniscus surgery on his right knee in late November and was expected to need a full nine months to recover. However, Beverley's doctors have been amazed by his progress. "His recovery has been remarkable and I have cleared him to return to all basketball activities," said Dr. Walter Lowe. "This speedy recovery is a testament to Pat's diligence to the comprehensive rehabilitation program between Houston and LA." He should now certainly be ready to roll at the start of training camp.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 1 - 11:00 AM

As expected, Patrick Beverley (knee surgery) will not play again this season.

He said back in early January that he has a "chance" to play again in 2017-18, but coach Doc Rivers confirmed it won't happen. The good news is that Beverley should be ready to roll for the 2018-19 campaign in what will be a contract year.
Feb 26 - 10:14 AM

Patrick Beverley (knee surgery) hinted that there's a chance he'll be able to return to the court at some point this season.

"I'm not a doctor, but there's a chance," said Beverley when asked about a possible return this season. We'd take these comments with an enormous grain of salt and highlight the whole "I'm not a doctor" part of his statement. Beverley underwent both microfracture and arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, which is nothing to shrug at, so it would be quite shocking to see him back on the court this season. For what it's worth, he said he'd start traveling with the team in February.
Jan 13 - 2:37 PM

Patrick Beverley (knee surgery) will miss the remainder of the 2017-18 season, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Beverley's knee required microfracture surgery and an arthroscopic repair of his right lateral meniscus, so he has a very long road ahead of him in the rehab process, and this is horrible luck for him in a contract year. Obviously, he needs to be cut in all re-draft leagues, and it'll be Sindarius Thornwell holding down the point guard spot in L.A. until Milo Teodosic (left foot) comes back. Austin Rivers and Lou Williams will be earning heavy minutes moving forward, and both those guys are worth owning in most leagues. We haven't had much news on Teodosic, but given that he could be earning 30-plus minutes a night as a starter upon his return, he's a decent deep league stash.

Patrick Beverley underwent a surgical procedure on his right knee Wednesday and he will be out indefinitely.

We'll have a better idea on Beverley's potential return date once we know exactly what kind of surgical procedure he had, but he's guaranteed to be looking at a lengthy absence here and will be tough to hold in leagues that don't offer an IR-spot. Sindarius Thornwell will likely be the L.A.'s starting PG moving forward, but with averages of just 8.4 points, 1.4 triples, 1.4 assists and 1.0 steal per game through five starts, he's basically just a deep league guy. Austin Rivers and Lou Williams will be getting all the run they can handle, with Williams offering the most upside.
Wed, Nov 22, 2017 11:48:00 AM

Patrick Beverley has been sent back to Los Angeles because of right knee issues, and he will be out "a while," according to Clippers' beat reporter Brad Turner.

Ugh. Beverley just can't seem to shake this right knee issue, and while he's been a solid top-60 option this season with averages of 12.2 points, 2.9 dimes, 2.2 triples and 1.8 steals per contest, it's going to be tough to hang onto him in leagues that don't offer an IR-spot. Sindarius Thornwell figures to move back into the starting lineup with Beverley out indefinitely, while Austin Rivers and Lou Williams will be getting all the run they can handle. Sweet Lou is the primary beneficiary here, and Rivers is a solid option in points leagues, but Thornwell is just a low-end guy in deep leagues.
Wed, Nov 22, 2017 11:10:00 AM

Patrick Beverley challenged his teammates after the Clippers ninth straight loss on Monday, telling reporters: "We're not playing hard."

Beverley had missed five straight games due to a sore right knee before returning to take on the Knicks Monday night. He finished nine points, six rebounds, two assists, one block and three 3-pointers in 22 minutes. After the game, he wasn't afraid to voice his concerns. "We just got to play harder," said Beverley. "We're not playing hard; the first unit, not the whole team... We too cool. We come in this game, we come on the court like people are supposed to back down because of the name on the back of our jerseys, and that’s not the case."
Tue, Nov 21, 2017 11:04:00 AM

Patrick Beverley (sore right knee) returned from a five-game absence on Monday vs. the Knicks, scoring nine points with six rebounds, two assists, one block and three 3-pointers in 22 minutes.

He finished 3-of-8 from the field with seven of his shots coming from behind the arc. Beverley looked fine, but the Clippers were obviously watching his minutes closely as a precaution. With the Clippers losing their ninth straight game, they will need to ramp up Beverley's workload in a hurry for them to turn their season around.
Mon, Nov 20, 2017 10:38:00 PM

Patrick Beverley (sore right knee) will start on Monday vs. the Knicks.

We'll be on the lookout for any information regarding restrictions prior to tip-off, but he's safe to activate in season-long leagues and should be picked up if he was dropped. With Beverley back, both Austin Rivers and Lou Williams will take a hit in value, and we'll see less of rookie Sindarius Thornwell.
Mon, Nov 20, 2017 06:26:00 PM

Patrick Beverley (sore right knee) has been upgraded to questionable for Monday's matchup with the Knicks.

Beverley has spent the past five games on the sidelines, but he's been ramping up his activities at practice and Monday seems like a very realistic potential return date. If he is able to get back out there Sindarius Thornwell will head back to the bench and Juwan Evans could drop from the rotation entirely. Check back for another update following Monday morning's shootaround.
Sun, Nov 19, 2017 02:43:00 PM

Patrick Beverley (knee) is targeting a return to the lineup on Monday to face the Knicks.

This makes a lot of sense after we saw him put in a good workout before today's game. Beverley seems to be up to speed for the most part and the Clippers missed him badly due their current NBA-high eight game losing streak. Sindarius Thornwell, Juwan Evans, Lou Williams and Austin Rivers should lose some value. Beverley needs to be added in all standard leagues.
Sat, Nov 18, 2017 11:03:00 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
PG1Patrick Beverley
2Milos Teodosic
3Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
4Tyrone Wallace
5Jawun Evans
SG1Avery Bradley
2Lou Williams
3Jerome Robinson
4Sindarius Thornwell
SF1Danilo Gallinari
2Wes Johnson
PF1Tobias Harris
2Luc Mbah a Moute
3Mike Scott
C1Marcin Gortat
2Montrezl Harrell
3Boban Marjanovic
4Johnathan Motley