Patrick Beverley has been involved in several high-profile on-court incidents as a result of his passionate style of play of trying to get into the opponent’s best player’s heads with his trash talking.
Patrick Beverley (born July 12, 1988) is a professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association for the Minnesota Timberwolves who has a net worth of $13 million.
He was a member of the Arkansas Razorbacks in college before spending 3+12 seasons in Ukraine, Greece, and Russia.
He joined the Houston Rockets in January 2013 and quickly established himself as the team’s main point guard.
He was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in June 2017.
Beverly is a three-time NBA All-Defensive Team selection who is noted for his toughness.
Pat started his basketball career at Waubonsie Valley High School in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, before transferring to John Marshall Metropolitan High School on Chicago’s West Side.
He was selected Co-Player of the Year as a senior at John Marshall, as he led the state in scoring with 37.3 points per game.
Beverley was also chosen to participate in the Roundball Classic, a national high school All-Star game hosted at Chicago’s United Center on April 8, 2006.
As a freshman playing for the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2006–07, Beverley recorded averages of 13.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.7 steals per contest.
Due to academic difficulties, Beverley was ruled unable to play in the 2008–09 season in August 2008.
Beverley confessed that he had been suspended because of an academic integrity issue on a class assignment, dispelling speculation that poor marks were to reason.
Rather than serving his suspension, Beverley hired an agent and relocated to Europe to develop his abilities in preparation for the NBA.
In the 2008-2009 season Beverley signed a one-year contract for “just over six figures” with the Ukrainian team Dnipro at the age of 19; the contract had no buyout, and Beverley was free to leave at season’s end without penalty.
He won the league’s Slam Dunk Contest and played in the Ukrainian Basketball League (UBL) All-Star Game.
Beverley was automatically entered into the 2009 NBA draft, where the Los Angeles Lakers selected him with the 42nd overall pick.
The Miami Heat announced on June 26, 2009, a day after the draft, that they had purchased Beverley’s draft rights from the Lakers in return for a 2011 second-round selection pick and monetary considerations.
Later, as part of the final roster cuts, he was cut.
Beverley joined with Olympiacos Piraeus of Greece on August 26, 2009 where helped his new side win the 2010 Greek Cup title and reach the finals of both the EuroLeague and the Greek League.
Beverley joined with Spartak St. Petersburg for the remainder of the 2010–11 season on January 9, 2011.
He was unstoppable throughout the season, leading his team to the EuroCup semifinals.
He led the squad in scoring, steals, and performance index rating, and was second in rebounding, assists, and three-pointers made; the team also dominated the competition in defense, going 13–3 with only three losses.
Beverley led the EuroCup with 1.9 steals per game, was second in index rating, and was the shortest player in the competition to average more than 4 rebounds per game at 1.85 meters.
Beverley indicated that he would not be returning to Spartak for the 2012–13 season, but Spartak insisted that he honor his contract—he could only nullify it if an NBA offer came in.
In 2012–13, he remained with Spartak, but left on December 23 after signing an agreement with the Houston Rockets.
After 3 different seasons in Europe with 3 basketball teams, Pat Bev was back in the NBA with the Rockets as he quickly adapted to the fast paced NBA and settled rapidly at Rockets into becoming its starting Point Guard.
He was traded to the clippers, spent 4 seasons there before finally being traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Beverley was moved to the Memphis Grizzlies on August 16, 2021, along with Daniel Oturu and Rajon Rondo, for Eric Bledsoe.
The Grizzlies traded him to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Jarrett Culver and Juancho Hernangómez nine days later.
Beverley signed a one-year, $13 million contract deal with the Timberwolves on February 16, 2022.
What is Patrick Beverley’s Contract?
Patrick Beverley has agreed to a one-year, $13 million contract extension with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
What is his Net worth?
Patrick Beverley is an American professional basketball player who has a net worth of $13 million.
Who is the Wife of Patrick Beverley?
Though not married, he does have a girlfriend. His current Girlfriend is Mandana Bolourchi.