Patrick Beverley Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 180 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/12/1988 (33)
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Patrick Beverley News
On Tuesday, the Timberwolves acquired guard Patrick Beverley from the Grizzlies in exchange for Jarrett Culver and Juan Hernangomez. Beverley can't catch a break, having been dealt to Memphis by the Los Angeles Clippers just a few days ago. The veteran played sparingly last season due to a hand injury, averaging 7.5 points, 3.2 boards, and 2.1 assists throughout 37 games. While he is heading to yet another team, his fantasy ceiling is just as low, although there may be times throughout the year where he will come in handy as a streaming option.
The L.A. Clippers traded guard Patrick Beverley, along with Rajon Rondo and Daniel Oturu, to Memphis in exchange for Eric Bledsoe. Beverley wasn't much of a factor on the fantasy end last season, appearing in only 37 games because of a fractured hand and averaging just 7.5 points, 3.2 boards, and 2.1 assists. Although the 33-year-old is a capable defender, his on-court talents don't translate well to contests in nearly all fantasy formats. As a result, it's expected he won't have much interest from many managers, regardless of where he ends up playing during the 2021-22 campaign.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley has been suspended one game by the NBA. During Game 6, Beverley pushed Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul in the back. It was with a few minutes left in the blowout loss and was clearly out of frustration. Beverley was given a technical foul and ejected from the contest. The NBA has decided Beverley will serve a one-game suspension for his actions. It was occur on the first game he is eligible to play next season. Beverley remains under contract with the Clippers for one more season, which he is due over $14 million. Fantasy managers shouldn't expect much of a change in his value over the offseason.
Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley will start in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals against Phoenix on Tuesday. It appears as if head coach Tyronn Lue will go heavy on the defensive end, at least to start the game. Beverley has played sparingly throughout the postseason, recently logging just 15 minutes to finish with only two points, two boards, two assists and a steal during the Game 1 loss. Although his promotion could open the door for an increase in DFS value, it likely won't happen, primarily since he is in danger of sharing time with Rajon Rondo and Terance Mann, who combined for 49 minutes on Sunday.