Beverley net worth
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|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
|2021-22 SEASON STATS|
Patrick Beverley, another gritty point guard from basketball hotbed Chicago, honed his skills overseas before finally making his mark in the NBA as one of the best defensive guards in the league. Despite starting his career with different European clubs, he ultimately got paid like a star due to the unique presence he brings to an NBA floor. Let's take a look at Patrick Beverley’s net worth in 2021.
|Net Worth||$13 million|
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Patrick Beverley’s net worth in 2021 is around $13 million.
The 6'1'' guard led Illinois in scoring during his senior year at John Marshall Metropolitan High School in 2006, averaging a whopping 37.1 points per game.
Beverley then committed to play for the University of Arkansas. In his freshman year, he was named the SEC Newcomer of the Year by the Associated Press. He was also named to the SEC All-Freshman Team and Second-Team All-SEC, and won the SEC Freshman of the Year award.
Beverley was declared ineligible to play for the Razorbacks in the 2008-2009 season due to academic issues. Instead of waiting out his suspension, Beverley signed with an agent and played in Europe with the ultimate goal of playing in the NBA.
In October 2008, Patrick Beverley signed with Ukrainian team BC Dnipro. He was selected to participate in the Ukrainian Basketball League All-Star Game, also winning the UBL Slam Dunk Contest. In 46 games for Dnipro, Beverley averaged 16.7 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 2.2 steals and 1.3 blocks.
Beverley was automatically entered into the 2009 NBA draft where he was selected by the Los Angeles Lakers with the 42nd overall pick. He was traded a day later to the Miami Heat, but was waived during final cuts in training camp.
Beverley then continued his journey in Europe, signing with Greek club Olympiacos Piraeus. He led Olympiacos to the 2010 Greek Cup title, as well as the finals of both the EuroLeague and Greek League.
On January 9, 2011, Patrick Beverley signed with Spartak St. Petersburg where he won numerous awards. During his stint with the Russian club, Beverley was a two-time Russian League First-Teamer, a Russian League All-Star, Guard of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, and won the Russian Cup in 2011. He was also named EuroCup MVP in 2012.
On January 7, 2013, Beverley made his way back to the NBA, signing a three-year, $1.9 million deal with the Houston Rockets. The following season, he averaged 10.2 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2.7 assists, and 1.4 steals en route to an NBA All-Defensive Second Team selection.
Before the start of the 2015-2016 season, Beverly re-signed with the Rockets on a four-year, $23 million deal. At the end of the 2016-2017 season, Beverley became the fourth player in Houston Rockets history to be named All-Defensive First Team. He also won the NBA Hustle Award for that year.
On June 28, 2017, Beverley was included in the trade package that brought Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets, landing with the LA Clippers. Beverley signed a three-year, $40 million contract extension with the Clippers on July 12, 2019. He was named to his second All-NBA Defensive Second Team in 2019-20, the third All-Defense honor of his career.
In the 2021 offseason, Beverley was on the move again as he was traded to the Memphis Grizzlies for Eric Bledsoe. After that, the Grizzlies traded him to his current team, the Minnesota Timberwolves, in exchange for Jarrett Culver and Juancho Hernangomez.
Beverley took to Instagram to express his appreciation for the LA Clippers and its fans.
In a 2017 interview, Beverley reveals who he modeled his game after.
“Kevin Garnett,” Beverley quickly responded. “That’s why I wear [jersey] No. 21. That’s why I lay my hat on defense like that. It’s because of KG.”
All in all, Patrick Beverley has career earnings amounting to $65,029,786, according to Spotrac.
Due to his electric play on the court, Beverley gained a lot of attention from brands for endorsements. In 2019, he re-signed with Adidas on a multi-year deal. He also hosts youth basketball camps, the latest one called "Camp Lockdown."
Over his nine years in the NBA, Beverley’s made a stellar career for himself doing the dirty work and little things, ensuring it’s harder for the opposing team to score—and he’s been paid pretty well for it.