It’s been less than two weeks since Patrick Beverley was traded from the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Utah Jazz in the Rudy Gobert blockbuster and it appears he could potentially be on the move once again, according to the rumor mill.

Per Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report, Pat Bev is a “strong trade candidate” and is drawing serious interest from two contenders: The Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat:

Patrick Beverley also appears to be a strong trade candidate. The former Timberwolves point guard has drawn interest from the Lakers and Heat, sources told B/R. Philadelphia had been mentioned as a potential Beverley suitor, with his past Houston experience and the Sixers’ obvious deep Rockets connections, but it seems unlikely that Beverley would now be Philadelphia-bound after the team acquired De’Anthony Melton on draft night.

Fischer notes the Sixers could also be a possible suitor for Patrick Beverley, but they just signed De’Anthony Melton and P.J. Tucker. It feels unlikely he lands in Philly.

The Lakers could definitely use a player like Beverley, though. It’s no secret they were hopeless defensively last season and if there is one thing, in particular, the veteran does well, it’s hounding his opponents and making their lives a living hell. His gritty, hard-nosed style of play would fit in nicely alongside LeBron James, too.

As for the Heat, they just lost Tucker to the 76ers, a similar player to Patrick Beverley. Miami is known for its toughness and defensive tenacity and Beverley undoubtedly fits the bill. Jimmy Butler would absolutely love him.

The Jazz looks like they could be on the brink of cleaning house as they now take calls on a Donovan Mitchell trade. Sending Beverley somewhere else where he can make an immediate impact for a playoff team could make sense. We all saw what the guard was able to do with the Timberwolves last season, serving as a veteran presence on a young roster.

Where will Patrick Beverley land next? We’ll have to wait and see.