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    Week in celebrity photos for Feb. 8-12, 2021 30 smart short-term financial goals to set Clippers could trade Patrick Beverley? Patrick Beverley once infamously told Stephen Curry that “the next five years are mine.” Now he could be getting traded less than two years after making that assertion. © Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports Patrick Beverley, who has been with the Clippers since 2017, is their starting point guard as well as their emotional leader. Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer reported Monday that a cohort in the Clippers’ front office is ready to move on from the veteran guard Beverley. Fischer also notes that the Clippers have made it widely known that former Sixth Man of the Year winner Lou Williams is available as well. Beverley, who has been with the Clippers since 2017, is their starting point guard as well as their emotional leader. His attack-dog style of play also helps set the tone for the Clippers, especially on defense. But Beverley will soon turn 33 and is often injured. On top of that, his abrasive trash-talking can draw unnecessary...
    Though they are currently establishing an impressive performance in the 2020-21 NBA season, the Los Angeles Clippers are still expected to seek major roster upgrades before the 2021 trade deadline. With their recent loss against the Eastern Conference title favorites Brooklyn Nets, some people think that the Clippers would be needing more star power around Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in order to have a legitimate chance of capturing their first Larry O’Brien Trophy this year. In the past months, they have already been linked to several superstars who are rumored to be available on the trading block, including veteran point guard Kyle Lowry of the Toronto Raptors. In a recent article, Brett Siegel of NBA Analysis Network proposed a blockbuster trade idea that would enable the Clippers to form a “Big Three” of Lowry, Leonard, and George before the 2021 trade deadline. To acquire Lowry, Siegel suggested that the Clippers could offer a package that includes Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams to the Raptors. Lowry may already be on the downside of his career, but Siegel believes that pairing...
    Since the 2020 offseason, rumors have been swirling that the Los Angeles Clippers are eyeing to add a point guard on the trade market. They may currently have Lou Williams and Patrick Beverley on their roster, but none of those veterans could be considered as a traditional point guard. One of the teams that could help the Clippers solve their backcourt issue is the Boston Celtics. In a recent article, Greg Patuto of NBA Analysis Network suggested a way on how the Clippers would be able to acquire veteran point guard Jeff Teague from the Celtics before the 2021 trade deadline. In the proposed scenario, Los Angeles would be sending a package that includes Patrick Beverley, Patrick Patterson, and a 2022 second-round pick to Boston in exchange for Teague. “Jeff Teague would be the veteran option at point guard going to the Los Angeles Clippers in this deal. He would reunite with Paul George from their days with the Indiana Pacers but this time with Kawhi Leonard. Teague has played 12 games for the Celtics this season, making two starts....
    The Los Angeles Clippers are currently tied for second place in the Western Conference with an 11-4 record, but even with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George consistently putting up big numbers, there has been talk about how the team might need an upgrade at the point guard position. According to a recently proposed trade idea, the Clippers could make that upgrade by making a move for Minnesota Timberwolves veteran Ricky Rubio. As explained on Friday by NBA Analysis Network, the Clippers could pull off the aforementioned move by sending three players — erstwhile starting point guard Patrick Beverley and reserve forwards Terrance Mann and Mfiondu Kabengele — to the Timberwolves in exchange for Rubio. This deal, as noted, might be a plausible one because of how No. 1 overall pick Anthony Edwards has looked like the “real deal,” arguably making Rubio expendable, albeit useful for a team like the Clippers that is in need of additional playmaking. “A platoon of [Lou] Williams and Rubio would benefit the Clippers, especially come playoff time. Rubio is a player who knows how to...
    Cleveland Cavaliers center Andre Drummond has been the subject of various trade speculations since the 2020 offseason. The rumors surrounding the veteran big man heated up when the Cavaliers acquired Jarrett Allen in the four-team blockbuster deal centered on James Harden. With the addition of a young and promising big man like Allen on their roster, there is a growing belief around the league that the Cavaliers would part ways with Drummond before the 2021 trade deadline. One of the ideal landing spots for Drummond in the 2020-21 NBA season is the Los Angeles Clippers. In a recent article, Kyle Daubs of Fadeaway World included the Drummond-to-Clippers deal on his list of blockbuster trades that could happen before the 2021 trade deadline. In the proposed scenario, the Clippers would be sending a package that includes Patrick Beverley, Lou Williams, and Ivica Zubac to the Cavaliers in exchange for the veteran center. If the deal becomes a reality, Daubs believes that it would help both teams in filling up the needs to improve on their roster. “Drummond brings the Clippers’ franchise...
    Since the 2020 offseason, rumors are circulating that the Los Angeles Clippers are targeting a starting-caliber point guard on the trade market. They may have Patrick Beverley and Lou Williams on their roster, but none of them are traditional point guards. In the past months, the Clippers have already been linked to several players who could help them address their major backcourt problem, including Terry Rozier of the Charlotte Hornets. In a recent article, Brett Siegel of NBA Analysis Network came up with a hypothetical deal that would enable the Clippers to land Rozier before the 2021 trade deadline. In the proposed scenario, the Clippers would be sending a package that includes Patrick Beverley, Luke Kennard, Mfiondu Kabengele, and a 2022 second-round pick to the Hornets in exchange for Rozier. Though it would cost them one of their best defenders, Siegel believes that trading for Rozier would make a lot of sense for the Clippers. “It makes total sense for the Clippers to want and acquire a talented, young guard like Terry Rozier and given his winning mentality, he could...
    Before breaking out as a star, Eric Bledsoe played the first few years of his career as a reserve with the Los Angeles Clippers. With the team currently perceived as one that lacks a quality option at point guard, a new trade idea recommended that the Clippers could bring the veteran back in a deal that would send Patrick Beverley to the New Orleans Pelicans. As recapped on Bleacher Report’s latest list of trade suggestions for all 30 NBA teams, the offseason came and went with the Clippers failing to address superstar forward Kawhi Leonard’s supposed request for an upgrade at the point guard position. The outlet stressed that the team can still do that ahead of the March 25 deadline and make a move that could improve their chances of winning a championship while preventing Leonard from opting out of the final year of his contract and entering free agency. “An aggressive move for Eric Bledsoe, who spent his first three seasons with the Clippers, could send that message pretty clearly. He’s a more natural playmaker than any of...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers center Montrezl Harrell. After much anticipation, Montrezl Harrell made his Los Angeles Lakers debut on Friday night against his former team. Though it was just a preseason game, Harrell looked very impressive. He scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the 87-81 win over the Clippers. Harrell was with the Clippers for a long time and there were a number of players who were surprised when he signed with the Lakers. Patrick Beverley was among the guys who seemed bummed out that Harrell left. While they were talking a bit of trash during Friday’s game, the two men did end up sending positive messages to each other. You know it g started my career out wit you my g all love — Montrezl Harrell (@MONSTATREZZ) December 12, 2020 ALL the latest Los Angeles Lakers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lakers newsletter here! Sign up for the Heavy on Lakers Newsletter!Harrell Talks Mindset Facing Former TeamThe Lakers and Clippers may not be longtime...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers center Montrezl Harrell. After much anticipation, Montrezl Harrell made his Los Angeles Lakers debut on Friday night against his former team. Though it was just a preseason game, Harrell looked very impressive. He scored 13 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in the 87-81 win over the Clippers. Harrell was with the Clippers for a long time and there were a number of players who were surprised when he signed with the Lakers. Patrick Beverley was among the guys who seemed bummed out that Harrell left. While they were talking a bit of trash during Friday’s game, the two men did end up sending positive messages to each other. You know it g started my career out wit you my g all love — Montrezl Harrell (@MONSTATREZZ) December 12, 2020 ALL the latest Los Angeles Lakers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lakers newsletter here! Sign up for the Heavy on Lakers Newsletter! Harrell Talks Mindset Facing Former TeamThe Lakers and Clippers may not be longtime rivals but they clearly...
    Christopher Nolan on His Viewing Habits, the Hard Job of Making Films and Why He Doesnt Email Why Your Healthcare Costs as a Senior Could Be Higher Than Planned Kawhi Leonard and Patrick Beverley hilariously trolled Montrezl Harrell in his first game as a Laker It was just three months ago that Montrezl Harrell and his Clippers teammates were in the NBA playoffs hoping to play for a title. © Provided by For The Win Of course, it didn’t work out that way. The Clippers blew a 3-1 lead to the Denver Nuggets and everything blew up. A lot has changed since then — including Harrell moving down the hall in the Staples center to play for the Lakers. He played his first game against his former teammates on Friday and they trolled him so hard when he missed shots. First, Kawhi Leonard hilariously yelled “Hell naw” after Harrell took a jumper. Kawhi really yelled “Hell nah” after that Trezz miss ???? pic.twitter.com/cBEplcI7V6— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 12, 2020 Fam. It sounds like Kawhi Leonard has been waiting for...
    Patrick Beverley is one of the most important players from the Clippers’.He is the emotional leader for the Clippers, and one of the last remaining players from the old guard. Recently, Patrick Beverley responded to Montrezl Harrell leaving the Clippers to join the Lakers. Beverley and Harrell were very close when playing together. The two joined the Clippers after the Rockets got Chris Paul in a trade-in 2017. The two had been teammates since Harrell joined the NBA. Harrell and Pat Bev also led the young, newly rebuilding Clippers. Over the past few years, Harrell and Beverly helped the young Clippers become an exciting team. The two, along with Lou Williams and other teammates, led the Clippers to the 2018-2019 NBA playoffs as the eighth seed. It was a surprising record for a team that had no major All-Star or superstar caliber players. The Clippers took the Golden State Warriors to six games, much like the Houston Rockets. The Clippers’ future appeared to be bright as they had a solid young core. In the off-season of 2019, they signed Finals...
    According to a recently published list of trade ideas, the Los Angeles Clippers could “take a big swing” by making a move for Indiana Pacers shooting guard Victor Oladipo in the 2020 offseason. As explained on Monday by Bleacher Report‘s Mo Dakhil, there are still multiple reasons why the Pacers might decide to trade Oladipo,. These include the rumors that he is unhappy with his current team, the continued injury struggles that limited him to just 19 regular-season games, and his “lack of synergy” with backcourt partner Malcolm Brogdon, who moved to Indiana in 2019-20 after spending the first few years of his career with the Milwaukee Bucks. All this could potentially lead to a “divorce” between Oladipo and the Pacers as he prepares to enter the final year of his contract. Given these factors, Dakhil suggested that the Clippers could acquire Oladipo for a package that includes two veteran guards — Lou Williams and Patrick Beverley. He predicted that the deal will allow Brogdon to step up as the “leading man” in Indiana’s backcourt, with Beverley contributing mainly on...
    Montrezl Harrell has moved homes. The reigning sixth-man of the year has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers on a two-year deal. This move comes as a shock, as Harrell was a Clipper last season. Harrell is coming off a fantastic season with the Clippers. He averaged 18.6 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 1 block and assist each game. He had these numbers after coming off the bench and averaging close to 27 minutes a game. Harrell is a fantastic addition to the Los Angeles Lakers. He is part of the rejuvenation process for the defending champions. The Lakers won the NBA Championship last season but had a clearly aging squad. The additions of Harrell and sixth-man runner-up Dennis Schröder are fantastic moves the Lakers have made to defend their championship this season. Harrell has taken a smaller salary than people expected him to. He signed with the Lakers for 2 years and $19 million. Given Harrell’s performances this season, he could’ve garnered a lot more money. But Harrell may prioritize winning a championship over maximizing his salary at the moment....
    Montrezl Harrell made waves on Twitter after reportedly agreeing to sign a two-year, $19 million deal with the Lakers on Friday night. Harrell, the NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year, decided to leave the Clippers for the NBA champions on a team-friendly deal, which unsurprisingly ignited a fire between Lakers and Clippers fans. NBA FREE AGENCY: Live updates on signings, trades, rumors It seems Clippers guard Patrick Beverley wasn’t too pleased to see Harrell join the enemy. Beverley followed that up with a congratulatory tweet, so it looks like he was more shocked than hurt. That being said, don’t expect Beverley to be too friendly when the Clippers and Lakers face off this season. You have to feel bad for Clippers fans. They came into this past season as the favorites to win the title, only to fall apart in the second round of the playoffs. Then, just when they thought they were going to run it back . . .  On the other hand, what a time to be a Lakers fan. Los Angeles is already coming off a high after winning the championship,...
    Before he officially signed with them in 2019 free agency, Kawhi Leonard made one major request to the Los Angeles Clippers, urging them to trade for Paul George, who was then a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Clippers immediately granted Leonard’s wish by sending a plethora of precious trade assets to the Thunder to bring George to Los Angeles. Unfortunately, despite having two superstars and a bunch of quality role players, the Clippers still ended up failing to achieve their main goal this year as they were upset by the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Semifinals. After suffering a huge disappointment, Leonard is reportedly demanding the Clippers to make another major roster upgrade to boost their chances of fully dominating the Western Conference and winning the NBA championship title in the 2020-21 NBA season. In a recent appearance on ESPN’s First Take, via Youtube, Stephen A. Smith of ESPN revealed that Leonard has “privately clamored” for a point guard. “They clearly need a point guard,” Smith said, as transcribed by Tyler Conway of Bleacher Report. “Everybody knows...
    Nuggets coach Mike Malone defended Nikola Jokic on Tuesday after Clippers guard Patrick Beverley accused the Nuggets center of “flailing” to draw fouls after Los Angeles’ 113-107 win in Game 3. Jokic stuffed the box score with 32 points, 12 rebounds and eight assists while going 3-for-4 from the foul line in the loss. Asked what makes Jokic so difficult to guard, Beverley said: “He presents the same type of, I don’t know, I wouldn’t say problems, but he presents the same thing [Luka] Doncic presents, a lot of flailing. You know, puts a lot of pressure on the referee to make the right call.” “I don’t really listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot,” Malone said in response. “If Kawhi Leonard was talking, maybe I might listen to him. Kawhi’s a great player.” “All you got to do is look at the stat sheet. [Ivica] Zubac attempted more free throws than Nikola Jokic,” Malone continued. “They shot 26 free throws, we shot 10. So I’m not really sure what game Patrick is talking about or looking at, but I really don’t warrant and give too much...
    SD gov. criticizes study suggesting Sturgis rally led to 260,000 COVID cases 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing Mike Malone dismisses Nikola Jokic criticism: ‘I don’t listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot’ Patrick Beverley wasn’t happy with Nikola Jokic and the officials after their Game 3 win against the Nuggets on Monday night, arguing that Denver’s star big man does “a lot of flailing” and “puts a lot of pressure on the referees” to get foul calls. Denver coach Mike Malone, however, simply doesn’t care.‘I don’t listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot’Malone was asked about Beverley’s comments following the Los Angeles Clippers’ 113-107 win, which put them up 2-1 in the Western Conference semifinal series.  Seeing that they were coming from Beverley and having looked at the box score himself, Malone doesn’t understand where he’s coming from. “I don’t listen to Patrick Beverley a whole lot,” Malone said. “If Kawhi Leonard was talking, maybe I might listen to it. Kawhi’s a great player. But all you gotta do is look at the stat sheet. [Ivica] Zubac...
    Patrick Beverley was excused from the Clippers’ Game 2 loss to the Nuggets early on Saturday night. The LA guard was ejected after receiving two technical fouls with 1:04 remaining in the fourth quarter. Beverley argued too long with officials after being called for two personal fouls in quick succession. Referee James Capers tossed Beverley with consecutive techs. Denver’s Jamal Murray sank both technical free throws to give the Nuggets a 10-point lead. The Nuggets won the game 110-101. NBA PLAYOFFS: Schedule, TV times for all series The LA-Denver Western Conference second-round playoff series is now tied 1-1. Game 3 will be Monday in the Orlando bubble.  
    The Los Angeles Clippers are one of the best defensive teams in the league. They are tenacious on the defensive side of the court and play the game with a certain flair. Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are without question the leaders of the team. But when it comes to defense, there is hardly anyone who can ignore the presence of Patrick Beverley. Despite not putting monster numbers on the offense, Beverley makes it up with an unmatched effort on defense. Beverley has not been in action since August 4th due to a left calf strain he picked up against the Suns. Due to that, the Clippers are missing one of their top defenders in the first round of the playoffs. Beverley is still questionable for the game 6 against the Mavericks. How good is Clippers guard Patrick Beverley on defense? In an interview with HoopsHype, NBA Hall of Famer Gary Payton was asked if any current NBA player reminds him of himself. Payton answered: “There are two: Marcus Smart and Patrick Beverley. They both remind me of myself. They’ll...
    Threat of tornadoes, heavy rain looms after Laura 5 proven ways to lower cortisol naturally Patrick Beverley reportedly said No, I pay your salary when the head of the NBA players union tried to speak in a meeting, but his Clippers teammate denied it ever happened © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Pat Beverley continually interrupted NBPA head Michele Roberts Wednesday night as she explained the financial repercussions of leaving the NBA bubble. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Los Angeles Clippers star Patrick Beverley is taking heat after dismissing the head of the NBA players' union during a heated meeting about the future of the NBA season Wednesday night. According to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, the 6-foot-1 guard continually interrupted NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts as she tried to explain the financial repercussions of abandoning the league's bubble. When Roberts calmly asked if she could make her point, Beverley curtly responded, "No, I pay your salary," angering his colleagues and derailing the meeting. Clippers center Ivica Zubac came to his outspoken teammate's defense on Twitter, claiming that "Pat never said...
    Pat Beverley continually interrupted NBPA head Michele Roberts Wednesday night as she explained the financial repercussions of leaving the NBA bubble. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Los Angeles Clippers star Patrick Beverley is taking heat after dismissing the head of the NBA players' union during a heated meeting about the future of the NBA season Wednesday night. According to Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, the 6-foot-1 guard continually interrupted NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts as she tried to explain the financial repercussions of abandoning the league's bubble. When Roberts calmly asked if she could make her point, Beverley curtly responded, "No, I pay your salary," angering his colleagues and derailing the meeting. Clippers center Ivica Zubac came to his outspoken teammate's defense on Twitter, claiming that "Pat never said anything like this." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Patrick Beverley has long been known for his flamboyance on the hardwood, but the Los Angeles Clippers guard is now in hot water for his impudence off the court. According to reporting from Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes, the 6-foot-1 guard was...
    NBA players were reportedly upset with Clippers guard Patrick Beverley after comments he made during a meeting. In a detailed report from Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes titled “Inside the emotional 48 hours that saved the NBA’s bubble,” an incident was brought up regarding Beverley. Haynes reported on a moment when the executive director of the players’ union, Michele Roberts, asked whether she could talk about the financial ramifications of leaving the bubble. From Haynes: While she was going over the numbers, Clippers guard Patrick Beverley abruptly interrupted her, saying he disagreed with her logic, sources said. Roberts kindly reiterated that these were potential losses the players would suffer, and Beverley interrupted again.  Roberts asked politely if she could continue with her point, and Beverley responded, “No, I pay your salary,” sources said. This caused an uproar with Paul, Haslem and others, who intervened and told Beverley that disrespect would not be tolerated, sources said.  MORE: Why NBA players’ call to continue season is the right move There are no more details regarding the incident, but Haynes’ report didn’t make Beverley look good. As Haynes’ report on Beverley gained more...
    The NBA players’ meeting about whether to resume the playoffs amid a protest against police brutality stemming from the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin reportedly included a tense moment between Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley and union executive director Michele Roberts. Beverley appeared to get upset over Roberts discussing the potential financial impact of canceling the playoffs in the name of social justice, Yahoo Sports reported Friday. TITANS' RYAN TANNEHILL: US 'WAS FOUNDED UPON RACIST IDEAS' The veteran reportedly got heated with the conversation. Roberts asked whether she could continue with making her point, and Beverley, according to Yahoo Sports, replied, “No, I pay your salary.” Oklahoma City Thunder guard Chris Paul and Miami Heat forward Udonis Haslem reportedly had to intervene in the conversation between the two and tell Beverley that the disrespect of the union leader would not be tolerated during the meeting. BRIAN URLACHER SLAMMED OVER POSTS APPARENTLY DISMISSING NBA PROTEST, ADVOCATING TO 'FREE' SHOOTING SUSPECT The players would later agree to continue the rest of the season. The Milwaukee Bucks led a strike Wednesday...
    ‘Tenet’ in 70MM at Italy’s Temple of Cinema 6 Great Recession Money Lessons That Still Apply Today Patrick Beverley Had a Verbal Altercation With Michele Roberts During Wednesday Meeting How close did the NBA season come to an actual premature end this week? We may never know for certain. Even those involved will probably have different opinions based on how central they were to top-level discussions. Still, signs seem to point to players preparing to walk away. © Provided by The Big Lead Patrick Beverley Doc Rivers says the Clippers thought the season was over. Another report from Yahoo!'s Chris Haynes paints the players' meeting on Wednesday night as particularly contentious with emotions running high. At one point, Patrick Beverley even got into it with Michele Roberts from the players union. Roberts was explaining the financial impact of cutting the postseason short when Beverley repeatedly interrupted her. While she was going over the numbers, Clippers guard Patrick Beverley abruptly interrupted her, saying he disagreed with her logic, sources said. Roberts kindly reiterated that these were potential losses the...
    Trash talk isn’t just reserved for NBA stars. After the Los Angeles Clippers topped the Trail Blazers, 122-117, on Saturday, Portland’s Lillard spoke about the celebrations from the Clippers’ Patrick Beverley — who did not participate in the game — over the point guard’s missed shots. “Asking me about Patrick Beverley, who I sent him home before at the end of a game,” Lillard said, according to ESPN. “Paul George is a guy sent home by me last year in the playoffs, so they know. The reason they reacting like that is because of what they expecting from me, which is a sign of respect, and it just shows what I have done at a high clip more times than not. I am not offended by it.” Following the game, Bleacher Report posted Lillard’s remarks on Instagram, prompting responses from both Beverley and George. La’Nae Lillard; Paul George and Daniela RajicInstagram “Cancun on 3????????????,” Beverley commented. “And you getting sent home this year ???? respect✊????,” Clippers forward George wrote, to which Lillard fired back, “Keep switching teams… running from the...
    Trash talk isn’t just reserved for NBA stars. After the Los Angeles Clippers topped the Trail Blazers, 122-117, on Saturday, Portland’s Lillard spoke about the celebrations from the Clippers’ Patrick Beverley — who did not participate in the game — over the point guard’s missed shots. “Asking me about Patrick Beverley, who I sent him home before at the end of a game,” Lillard said, according to ESPN. “Paul George is a guy sent home by me last year in the playoffs, so they know. The reason they reacting like that is because of what they expecting from me, which is a sign of respect, and it just shows what I have done at a high clip more times than not. I am not offended by it.” Following the game, Bleacher Report posted Lillard’s remarks on Instagram, prompting responses from both Beverley and George. La’Nae Lillard; Paul George and Daniela RajicInstagram “Cancun on 3????????????,” Beverley commented. “And you getting sent home this year ???? respect✊????,” Clippers forward George wrote, to which Lillard fired back, “Keep switching teams… running from the...
    250 students and staff quarantined in Georgia school district after one week of school From cereal startups to fast-food chains, everyone wants to cash in on people eating breakfast at home Patrick Beverley mercilessly trolled Damian Lillard after he missed 2 potential game-winning free throws against the Clippers, and the feud spilled into Instagram after the game © Provided by INSIDER The Clippers and Blazers have some bad blood heading into the NBA playoffs after their heated matchup on Saturday. TNT The Clippers and Blazers got into it on Saturday. Damian Lillard missed two potentially game-winning free throws in the final seconds of the game. On the sidelines, Patrick Beverley and the Clippers mercilessly trolled Lillard for his untimely misses. After the game, both sides carried the feud over into the Instagram comments. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Patrick Beverley and Damian Lillard had some words for each other on Saturday. The feud began in the final seconds of Saturday's game between the Los Angeles Clippers and Portland Trail Blazers. For the Blazers, it was a...
    LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 07: Damian Lillard #0 of the Portland Trail Blazers defends against Patrick Beverley #21 of the Los Angeles Clippers during the second half of a game at Staples Center on November 07, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) The Los Angeles Clippers’ instigator got under Damian Lillard’s skin on Saturday On Saturday, the Portland Trail Blazers received the news that the Los Angeles Clippers would not be playing Kawhi Leonard, Montrezl Harrell and Patrick Beverley during their game. That meant the Trail Blazers had the advantage to walk out with the win and gain ground on the Memphis Grizzlies for the eighth seed in the Western Conference. That didn’t happen, as the Trail Blazers fell to the Clippers by the score of 122-117. In the closing seconds, Portland point guard Damian Lillard approached the free throw line with the chance to...
    Los Angeles Clippers Patrick Beverley is the third NBA player to leave the bubble this month due to a family or personal matter, reports say. Beverley left Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando on Tuesday night because of “an emergency personal matter,” league sources told ESPN. The veteran guard said he plans to return, although it was not clear when. PELICANS’ ZION WILLIAMSON LEAVES NBA BUBBLE BECAUSE OF ‘URGENT FAMILY MATTER’ Beverley sent out a cryptic message late Wednesday morning of a crying emoji. Beverley’s departure is the latest blow for the Clippers, who also saw center Montrezl Harrell leave the bubble Friday due to an “urgent family situation,” The Athletic reported. Both players join New Orleans Pelicans’ Zion Williamson, who was the first to leave the Orlando campus on Thursday. According to his team, he was tending to an “urgent family matter.” TRUMP READY FOR LIVE SPORTS BUT SAYS HE WON’T TUNE IN IF PLAYERS KNEEL DURING NATIONAL ANTHEM: ‘GAME IS OVER FOR ME’ All three have reportedly expressed interest in returning but with both teams'...
    (CBSLA)- The Los Angeles Clippers are preparing for the restart of the NBA season at the end of next week. But, they are now doing so without one of their starters. According to ESPN’s Malika Andrews, guard Patrick Beverley left the league’s bubble in Orlando on Tuesday night in order to address an emergency personal matter. Andrews reports that Beverley does intend to return to the team after dealing with the personal matter. Beverley is the second Clippers player to have left the bubble as forward Montrezl Harrell previously left Orlando to deal with his own personal matter. The 32-year-old Beverley will be able to rejoin the team in Orlando, though he will have to meet certain conditions. According to Andrews: “If Beverley continues to be tested regularly while he is away — and return negative results — he will have to quarantine for four days when he returns to the NBA’s campus near Orlando. If he isn’t, Beverley could be subject to up to two weeks of quarantine.” Beverley started 48 games for the team this season, averaging 7.9...
    As coronavirus ruined the US economy, these companies reaped dramatic profits, study says 10 Fruits and Veggies Worth Buying at the Farmers Market Clippers’ Patrick Beverley leaves bubble to deal with “emergency personal matter” The Clippers already had Montrezl Harrell — a Sixth Man of the Year candidate and a critical part of their rotation — leave the NBA’s bubble to deal with a family matter. Now starting point guard Patrick Beverley has done the same. © Bill Baptist/NBAE via Getty Images He practiced with the team earlier in the day then left the bubble Tuesday to “address an emergency personal matter” reports Malika Andrews of ESPN. Beverley plans to return to the bubble and play when he can, according to the report. According to the NBA’s restart handbook, if Beverley has daily negative coronavirus tests while away (or for the last seven days before his return), then he will be quarantined just four days upon his return. If he is not tested he faces a 10-day quarantine upon his return. Beverley averages 7.9 points and 5.4 assists a...
    As coronavirus ruined the US economy, these companies reaped dramatic profits, study says 10 Fruits and Veggies Worth Buying at the Farmers Market Patrick Beverley leaves Clippers for personal emergency The Los Angeles Clippers have a second player who has left the NBA Bubble in Orlando due to a personal emergency. © Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports Patrick Beverley left the team on Tuesday for a personal emergency matter, as ESPN’s Malika Andrews first reported. Clippers guard Patrick Beverley left Orlando on Tuesday night for an emergency personal matter, league sources told ESPN. He intends to rejoin the team in the future.— Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) July 22, 2020 Players must quarantine for 4-10 days upon returning to the bubble before being allowed to join the team. On Friday, Montrezl Harrell left the bubble for a similar reason. The Clippers are without several players currently. In addition to Harrell and Beverley, Ivica Zubac and Landry Shamet have not yet joined the team. Shamet previously tested positive for the coronavirus. The combination of Zubac and Harrell not being with the team...
    Getty Patrick Beverley, Clippers The Clippers own one of the league’s deeper rosters, though that depth will be tested early in the NBA’s restart. Starting guard Patrick Beverley left Orlando on Tuesday night to attend to an “emergency personal matter,” according to ESPN.com. Beverley, who’s in the second year of a three-year contract, plans on returning to the team. If Beverly continues to be tested daily while he is away (assuming negative results), he’ll have to undergo just four days of quarantine once he returns to the bubble. However, if he isn’t getting daily tests, he could be subjected to two weeks of quarantine. Los Angeles is already without Montrezl Harrell, who recently left the bubble as well. The center’s absence is being excused for a family emergency. It’s possible Reggie Jackson, who signed with the Clippers back in February after securing a buyout agreement with the Pistons. Jackson had spent five-plus seasons in Detroit where he inked a five-year, $80M deal back in 2015.Los Angeles Kicks Off  NBA Restart ScrimmagesThe Clippers will play the Magic in the...
    Reality Winner among 500 women with coronavirus at Texas federal prison 10 Fruits and Veggies Worth Buying at the Farmers Market Clippers guard Patrick Beverley leaves NBA bubble for emergency personal matter The Los Angeles Clippers have lost another player inside the NBA bubble. Clippers guard Patrick Beverley left Walt Disney World on Tuesday night for “an emergency personal matter,” according to ESPN’s Malika Andrews. It’s not clear what the emergency is, however Beverley does plan to rejoin the team inside the bubble in the future. Beverley’s departure comes just days after center Montrezl Harrell left the bubble to deal with a family emergency.  The team is also without center Ivica Zubac and guard Landry Shamet, who have yet to report to the bubble. Coach Doc Rivers declined to provide an explanation regarding Zubac and Shamet’s absences last week, too, though at least Zubac is expected to join the team at some point. “I don’t even know, to be honest,” Rivers said. “I don’t even check. JaMychal walked in and surprised the hell out of me … Because they’re...
    NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - JANUARY 18: Patrick Beverley #21 of the LA Clippers reacts against the New Orleans Pelicans during a game at the Smoothie King Center on January 18, 2020 in New Orleans, Louisiana. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) Patrick Beverley has left the NBA bubble in Orlando. The LA Clippers are entering the NBA restart as the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference behind the Los Angeles Lakers. Having all hands on deck will be important to achieve the team’s goal of winning a title this summer. Yet some bad news dropped Tuesday night. Veteran guard Patrick Beverley has reportedly left the bubble in Orlando in order to attend to a personal matter: ESPN Story on Patrick Beverley leaving Orlando: https://t.co/QPf4zxUIpL — Malika Andrews (@malika_andrews) July 22, 2020 Patrick Beverley heads homeKawhi Leonard and Paul George are the two stars for the Clippers. But look at the...
    Michael Avenatti is broke, can’t afford legal fees, lawyer claims Get free ice cream, National Ice Cream Day deals at Baskin-Robbins, Cold Stone Creamery, Dairy Queen and more Patrick Beverley, who is the hardest player to guard? “I say Dame” © Brian Rothmuller/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images When the names of the hardest players to guard in the NBA come up, it’s usually James Harden who gets mentioned because of his ability to initiate contact or drain a stepback three. Kevin Durant came up pre-injury. Sometimes Giannis Antetokounmpo gets mentioned, as does LeBron James. Patrick Beverley was asked that on The J.J, Redick Podcast and went with Damian Lillard. Then Beverley backed up his choice. View this post on Instagram Everyone in the #NBA has one guy they know is gonna be a challenge for them. @patbev21 shares his player with @jjredick and @talter. #JJRedickPod A post shared by The Ringer (@ringer) on Jul 17, 2020 at 12:12pm PDT “I say Dame. I give it to him. Dame is one of the reasons why I went into the weight...
    The Los Angeles Clippers may be currently considered as the No. 1 favorite to bring home the Larry O’Brien Trophy in the 2019-20 NBA season, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that they would no longer seek roster upgrade in the 2020 NBA offseason. In the past months, the Clippers have already been linked to several players who are expected to be available on the trade market this fall. One of the potential trade targets for the Clippers is Aaron Gordon of the Orlando Magic. According to Andy Bailey of Bleacher Report, the Clippers could send a trade package that includes Lou Williams, Patrick Beverley, and a 2022 second-round pick to the Magic in exchange for Gordon. The proposed trade deal works on ESPN‘s NBA Trade Machine. The suggested trade would definitely earn some violent reactions from Clippers’ fans. Sacrificing two important members of their rotation for a player who’s playing inconsistently this season is definitely not a wise move for a title favorite like the Clippers. However, Bailey believes that trading for Gordon makes a lot of sense for the...
    Chicken Run Voice Star Accuses Producers of "Ageism" After Being Axed From Sequel Dow futures under pressure to end the week as investors take stock of coronavirus recovery Clippers Patrick Beverley shows off amazing NBA bubble hotel room with a giant stack of t-shirts We’ve seen some NBA players complain about their hotel rooms inside the Disney World bubble (looking at you, Rajon Rondo and Enes Kanter). © USA TODAY USA TODAY But everyone has to adopt what Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley said in what may be the best video from Orlando: “The bubble is what you make it.” Beverley showed off his setup and … it’s something. He’s got a gaming setup on a blanket by the window (what a view!), some sage on the window sill, and a closet with a stack of white t-shirts that he’s apparently making available to anyone in the bubble if they need them (if he’s serious, that’s incredible). .@patbev21 is right at home in the bubble.
    Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley and Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images) The Warriors’ dynasty might be dead, but Patrick Beverley still uses its ghost as motivation. Leave it to one of the true bulldogs of the NBA to reincarnate the Golden State Warriors dynasty — namely the Kevin Durant years — only as a means of achieving his own goals. Patrick Beverley is an eight-year vet in the Association, but he identifies with the old guard, using hard-nosed defensive tactics to get under his opponent’s skin. Against the Warriors, Bev would annoy Steph Curry and Klay Thompson like a gnat, and sometimes even take his turn against Kevin Durant on the perimeter. While those Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers squads couldn’t overcome the sheer star-power and basketball IQ of one of the game’s greatest and most cohesive units, Beverley knows he left his mark.Patrick Beverley treats every NBA team like they’re the Golden State Warriors with Kevin Durant.“I’m treating everybody the same,” Beverley said on the Work From Home podcast. “Every team...
    Though they are currently considered as the heavy favorite to bring home the Larry O’Brien Trophy in the 2019-20 NBA season, the Los Angeles Clippers are still expected to continue finding ways to improve their roster in the 2020 NBA offseason. In the past months, the Clippers have already been linked to several NBA players who could be available on the trade market this fall, including veteran point guard Spencer Dinwiddie of the Brooklyn Nets. According to Aaron Hertzog of Fansided’s Clipperholics, the Clippers could explore sending a trade package centered on Patrick Beverley to acquire Dinwiddie from the Nets. “Spencer Dinwiddie would provide the Clippers with a slight upgrade overall at the starting point guard position. The 27-year old has already foreshadowed that he will be leaving Brooklyn by setting up a GoFundMe to entice fans to choose his future NBA home. The six-foot-five inch combo guard has the ability to guard multiple positions on the defensive end of the floor and is certainly an upgrade on offense over Patrick Beverley. Hopefully, the ability to take on the full-time...
    Notorious trash talker Patrick Beverley has had some active Twitter fingers lately – and his latest target is crosstown rival Jared Dudley. The conversation began when Dudley retweeted a post from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski raising concern about injuries when the NBA restarts next month in Orlando. “Not enough talk about soft tissue injuries with basically 2 weeks of full court 5-5 to prepare [for] 3 month potential season,” the Lakers forward wrote alongside the original post. Beverley, who has been known to ruffle feathers during his career in the NBA, appeared to take issue with Dudley’s tweet. The Clippers guard tweeted, “Again basketball is a year round sport. We don’t wanna hear that s–t.” Dudley immediately fired back. “I don’t know what you talking about,” Dudley tweeted. “Season happening! Believe that! But if you don’t think we as athletes should be talking about protest, injuries, COVID then you might want to sit this convo out bruh.” Patrick Beverley, Jared DudleyGetty Images (2) Beverley has been vocal about wanting to play for weeks now. When Kyrie Irving discussed the possibility of...
    Getty Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley The fact that the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers are the consensus two best teams in the Western Conference, there’s a good amount of animosity between them. Players from both sides have thrown shade at the other. Clippers guard Patrick Beverley is probably the player who is quickest to throw a jab at the Lakers if the opportunity presents itself. Jared Dudley has been among the most vocal Lakers since he joined the team and recently pointed out that there should be more concern surrounding potential “soft tissue injuries” upon the NBA return. Beverley decided to throw shade at Dudley over his thoughts. Again basketball is a year-round sport. We don’t wanna hear that sh*t. Check
    If LeBron James wants the NBA to return, then that’s what will happen. That’s Patrick Beverley’s prediction, no matter what Kyrie Irving, Dwight Howard or anyone else says. The Clippers’ pesky defensive-minded guard went on Twitter to make that clear, writing Sunday that “Hoopers say what y’all want. If @King James said he hooping. We all hooping. Not personal only BUSINESS.” Beverley added the hashtag “StayWoke” four ‘prayer’ emojis and three raised black fist emojis. The NBA’s 22-team return-to-play format has already been approved by the NBA’s Player’s Association, though it appears not everyone was on board. On Friday night, the injured Nets star Irving led a conference call of over 80 players in which he discussed the possibility of skipping the July 30 restart at Disney’s ESPN Wide World of Sports, as he fears it could distract from the current “Black Lives Matter” movement support by many NBA players. James, who reportedly was not on the call, is believed to be in favor of the plan to return to action and doesn’t think that it would distract from the...
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