The L.A. Clippers will be without point guard Patrick Beverley for the remainder of the season, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Beverley had surgery earlier today, which required a repair of a microfracture and meniscus injury to his right knee.

Beverley played 22 minutes in a loss to the New York Knicks after missing five games with a knee injury. He was sent back to Los Angeles as the Clippers headed to the latter end of their five-game road trip against the Atlanta Hawks today.

The All-NBA First-Team defender expressed his disappointment with the Clippers’ nine-game losing streak, having been part of 11 losses in the last 12 games, but now will be a mere spectator as he recovers from this injury.

The Clippers now suffer another hit, as point guard Milos Teodosic is still on the shelf, as well as forward Danilo Gallinari, leaving the bulk of the scoring to star forward Blake Griffin and the rest of players as a group effort.

L.A. will likely have to assemble a backcourt comprised of Austin Rivers and Lou Williams to keep the boat afloat until Teodosic comes back, including some help from rookie Jawun Evans, who is the lone point guard healthy at the point guard position.

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Beverley averaged 12.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists, and 1.7 steals per game in his first 11 games as a member of the Clippers.

L.A. got off to a shining start to the season at 4-0, but it didn’t take long before the losses started to pile up shortly after, failing to record a win since Nov. 1.