Patrick Beverley (born July 12, 1988) is a professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association for the Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA). He spent three and a half seasons in Ukraine, Greece, and Russia after playing collegiate basketball for the Arkansas Razorbacks.
He joined the Houston Rockets in January 2013. He was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in June 2017. In 2021, the Clippers traded him to the Memphis Grizzlies, and nine days later to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Beverley is a three-time NBA All-Defensive Team selection who is noted for his toughness. Beverley has been involved in several high-profile on-court incidents as a result of his passionate style of play.
Patrick Beverley’s Childhood
In 2007, Beverley starred alongside Arthur Agee in the sequel to Hoop Dreams, Hoop Reality. He also played for the Chicago team at the age of 16 in the 2004 MTV Nike Battlegrounds series. He attended the University of Arkansas and played basketball there.
He played for Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in the Ukrainian Second Division from 2008-to 09. He was a member of Olympiacos Piraeus in the Greek Basket League from 2009-to 10. The Los Angeles Lakers selected him with the 42nd overall choice in the 2009 draught, but he spent the following three years in Ukraine, Greece, and Russia before returning to the NBA.
Patrick Beverley’s Net Worth
Patrick Beverley has a net worth of $13 million as an American professional basketball player. Patrick Beverley was born in July 1988 in Chicago, Illinois.
He attended Waubonsie Valley and John Marshall Metropolitan High Schools and played point guard. In 2007, Beverley was named SEC Freshman of the Year, second-team All-SEC, and SEC All-Freshman Team while playing collegiate basketball for Arkansas.
He was picked #42 overall in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers, however, he spent his career in Ukraine and Greece. Patrick Beverley was a member of the Miami Heat in 2010 before moving to Russia. From 2013 to 2017, he was a member of the Houston Rockets until joining the Los Angeles Clippers in 2017.
In 2017 and 2014, Beverley was chosen to the NBA All-Defensive First Team and the NBA All-Defensive Second Team, respectively. In 2015, he won the NBA All-Star Weekend Skills Challenge. In 2012, he earned the EuroCup MVP award, the Russian Cup in 2011, and the Greek Cup in 2010. He signed a four-year, $23 million contract with the Rockets in 2015.
Beverley averaged 13.9 points, 4.5 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.7 steal a contest as a freshman for the Arkansas Razorbacks in 2006–07. The Associated Press named him the SEC Newcomer of the Year, and the league’s coaches selected him the SEC Freshman of the Year. He was named to the SEC All-Freshman Team and second-team All-SEC.
Beverley started 33 of Arkansas’ 35 games as a sophomore, leading the Razorbacks in rebounds (6.6 RPG), steals (1.3 SPG), and 3-point percentage (.378), while being second in scoring (12.1 ppg) and third in assists (2.4 APG). Beverley was a finalist for the Wooden Award and the Naismith Trophy for his achievements in the 2007–08 season.
Beverley was ruled ineligible to play in the 2008–09 season owing to academic concerns in August 2008. Beverley confessed that he had been suspended because of an academic integrity concern on a class assignment, dispelling speculation that poor marks were to reason. Rather than serving his punishment, Beverley hired an agent and relocated to Europe to sharpen his NBA abilities. [Girlfriend of Patrick Beverley]
Patrick Beverley is not married, but according to speculations, he is dating his girlfriend Alexis Marie. However, according to certain accounts, he is currently single. Despite his history of multiple relationships, he appears to be settling down now. Amber Spencer and Lira Galore were his prior girlfriends. Everett and Adlaia, his son and daughter, are his only children.
Lisa Beverley and Patrick Bracy have a son named Beverley. He is the father of two children. Reece Morris, Beverley’s grandfather, died hours before Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals against the San Antonio Spurs on May 7, 2017.
Beverley appeared in the documentary film Hoop Reality in 2007, which was an unofficial sequel to Hoop Dreams from 1994.