|15th October, 2008||Ukraine||Signed for the remainder of the season with Dnipro.|
|2009 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 42nd overall by L.A. Lakers.|
|2009 NBA Draft||NBA||Draft rights traded by L.A. Lakers to Miami in exchange for a 2011 second round pick (#58, Ater Majok) and cash.|
|26th August, 2009||Greece||Signed a one year contract with Olympiakos.|
|2nd August, 2010||NBA||Signed a guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Miami.|
|25th October, 2010||NBA||Waived by Miami.|
|9th January, 2011||Russia||Signed for the remainder of the season and through 2012 with Spartak St Petersburg.|
|10th November, 2011||Russia||Signed a three year extension with Spartak St Petersburg. Included team option for 2014/15.|
|3rd January, 2013||Russia||Left Spartak St Petersburg.|
|7th January, 2013||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season and through 2015 with Houston.|
|7th January, 2013||D-League||Assigned by Houston to Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League.|
|14th January, 2013||D-League||Recalled by Houston from Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League.|
|9th July, 2015||NBA||Re-signed by Houston to a partially guaranteed four year, $23,027,026 contract.|
|28th June, 2017||NBA||Traded by Houston, along with Montrezl Harrell, Kyle Wiltjer, Sam Dekker, DeAndre Liggins, Lou Williams, Darrun Hilliard, a 2018 first round pick and cash to L.A. Clippers in exchange for Chris Paul.|
|2006 - 2008||Arkansas (NCAA)|
|October 2008 - June 2009||Dnipro (Ukraine)|
|August 2009 - June 2010||Olympiakos (Greece)|
|July 2010||Miami Heat (Summer League)|
|August 2010 - October 2010||Miami Heat (NBA)|
|January 2011 - January 2013||Spartak St Petersburg (Russia)|
|January 2013 - June 2017||Houston Rockets (NBA)|
|June 2017 - present||L.A. Clippers (NBA)|
June 29, 2017
PG, 6’1, 185lbs, 28 years old, 5 years of experience
An almost identical season to other Pat Beverley seasons, save for a spike in rebounding. Beverley filled his role as well as ever, and there is no reason to assume that will stop happening any time soon. But Bever-ley has to want that. It appears he doesn't. And that's a shame, because the perfect parallel to a point guard-minded player in a shooting guard's body who you absolutely do not want to have to guard point guards full time [Harden] is a combo guard in a point guard's body who absolutely wants those same assignments. Beverley has it good here, and it's a shame if he doesn't see that.
Player Plan: Two years and a combined $10,540,542 remaining, the last year of which is not fully guaranteed. Beverley is a key role player and defensive guard on a team that lacks for players who can keep opponents out of the paint. But only if he wants that. If he does not want to be here, he will surely command some trade value, but it would be a shame.
July 8, 2013
Houston was better when Beverley was at point guard last year than anyone else. He is a steal of a contract, and despite concerns about consistency being entirely valid, he would be a perfectly capable starter alongside James Harden. And that day might be upon us some day soon.
January 5, 2011
Patrick Beverley - Despite a two year fully guaranteed contract, given to him during some champagne induced money-frittering by a giddy front office, Beverley was cut from the Heat roster in training camp and has remained unsigned since. Chicago took a good long look at him, but eventually decided to go with John Lucas III instead. Beverley was another player linked with a move to China, specifically the Shanghai Sharks, but he ultimarely did not sign there.
October 1, 2010
[...] Mason and Gladness are here for D-League assignment purposes. They are not ready for the NBA, and may never be. Additionally, Dexter Pittman's contract is guaranteed. So is that of Patrick Beverley; in fact, Beverley's has two guaranteed years. Miami didn't sign those guys to those contracts just to cut them - this is particularly true in the case of Beverley, whom Miami traded a future pick to acquire. Neither is immune to being cut or traded, but there seems little point in cutting either
March 14, 2010
[...] Olympiakos later released Wafer, dropping down to 6 non-Greeks again, but then they picked up Scoonie Penn, putting them back at 7 again. Since then, Heat draft pick Patrick Beverley has been the one to sit; he hasn't played a Greek league game since January 3rd. He's also only played 33 Euroleague minutes in 2010, despite him playing well in the few that he's had. Speaking of Patrick Beverley, here's Patrick Beverley making it rain.
January 7, 2010
- Patrick Beverley
Heat draft pick Beverley is with Olympiakos. He started the year on the bench, played a bit, then moved to the inactive list as the team is only allowed to suit up 6 non-Greeks for every Greek league game. Beverley became the inactive list guy in late November, yet fought back to win the spot from Von Wafer, and ended up playing decent minutes for a couple of weeks. But then he was returned to the bench, as Olympiakos continue to have a rotation as consistent as Spencer Hawes. On the season, Beverley is averaging 4.8 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 0.9 steals in 17 minutes per game in the Greek league, along with 3.5 points, 2.1 rebounds, 0.9 assists and 1.0 steals in 13 minutes per game in the Euroleague.