Patrick Beverley Net Worth

If you’re a basketball fan, you may be familiar with an American athlete who is sometimes known as Pat Bev. Yes, Patrick Beverly has run his career in the NBA who plays as a point guard for the Los Angeles Clippers.

After having played in various leagues across Russia, Ukraine and Greece, Pat Bev made his NBA debut only in the year 2013. Considering his career in basketball is getting success, of course a lot of people are wondering about Pat Bev’s wealth.

If we talk about his wealth, certainly it seems to talk about how much Pat Bev earns money through his career in the NBA. Well, what we’ll talk about here is about his salary and also his net worth that he has gathered on basketball. So, let’s  see about Pat Bev’s net worth on our post below!

Patrick Beverley Net Worth

Patrick Beverly’s Net Worth

As of 2020, Celebrity Net Worth reported that Pat Bev has a net worth approximately $13 million. According to wtfoot.com, Pat Bev’s net worth is roughly $25 million. While, other sources informed that he has a net worth between $13 million – $25 million. What his real net worth may be close to those numbers.

Of course, the primary wealth of Pat Bev comes from his career as an American professional basketball player. He plays for the Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA. His fantastic net worth that he earned was started when he signed a contract with the Los Angeles Clippers in July 2019 which nets him a massive salary of 13.3 million per year.

From the numbers, we have crunched that he earns roughly $36,530 per day and around $1,522 per hour. Well, it means that the average person in the United States needs to work for at least 20 years to earn the same as Pat Bev.

In the first year of the contract Beverly earned him a base salary of $12.3 million which was followed by a base salary of $13.3 million in the ongoing 2020 – 2021 season. Then, in the final season, he will earn around $14.2 million.

Kevin Bradbury and Bill Duffy of BDA Sports Management are responsible for the money which this player will make. Pat Bev has made just a little over $50 million, in the ten years which he has been in the league.

Here’s a list of Pat Bev’s past salaries:

SEASON TEAM SALARY
2019/20 Los Angeles Clippers $12,345,680 ($12,425,400)
2018/19 Los Angeles Clippers $5,027,028 ($5,142,894)
2017/18 Los Angeles Clippers $5,513,514 ($5,802,565)
2016/17 Houston Rockets $6,000,000 ($6,417,703)
2015/16 Houston Rockets $6,486,486 ($7,007,252)
2014/15 Houston Rockets $915,243 ($989,946)
2013/14 Houston Rockets $788,872 ($870,943)
2012/13 Houston Rockets $298,092 ($334,878)
2010/11 Miami Heat $473,604 ($560,152)
Total $37,848,519 ($39,551,733)

Here’s a list of NBA 2K Ratings:

SEASON TEAM RATING
2020/21 Los Angeles Clippers 78
2019/20 Los Angeles Clippers 79
2018/19 Los Angeles Clippers 78
2017/18 Los Angeles Clippers 79
2016/17 Houston Rockets 76
2015/16 Houston Rockets 76
2014/15 Houston Rockets 78
2013/14 Houston Rockets 73

Patrick Beverly’s Career

Patrick Beverly has made his NBA debut only in the year 2013, once having played in various leagues across Ukraine, Russia and Greece. He made his debut for the Houston Rockets on the 15th of January in 2003. Pat Bev came off the bench on debut and recorded 3 points alongside an assist and a steal in just under 120 seconds.

Patrick Beverly’s Career

The Rockets made it to the playoffs that year, however they were eliminated in the first round by the Oklahoma City Thunder. Pat Bev was plagued with injuries, in the 2013 – 2014 season. He featured only in 56 games out of 82.

Beverly made a career-high 20 against the Phoenix Suns on the 23rd of February in 2014. He was also named in the NBA All-Defensive Second Team that season.  Pat Bev was pretty decent in the 2014 – 2015 and 2015 – 2016 seasons, averaging 10 points per game.

The Houston Rockets went all the way until the Western Conference Finals in the 2014 – 2015, but were beaten by the Golden State Warriors. He had a troubled knee during the 2016 – 2017 season. However, Pat Bev became regular once, missing the first 11 games.

Beverly was traded to the Los Angeles Clippers in 2017 – 2018. He missed almost the entire 2017 – 2018 season because of surgery. Pat Bev was named in the 2020 NBA All-Defensive second team following his impressive performances for the clippers.

Patrick Beverly was born on July 12, 1988 in Chicago, Illinois. He was raised by his mother, as she’s single parents. He played basketball from his early days and in highschool, well, this point guard led the state with 37.3 points in scoring per game and was named the Co-Player of the Year.

Beverly attended Waubonsie Valley High School in a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, as a freshman before transferring to John Marshall Metropolitan High School on Chicago’s West Side.

As a senior at John Marshall, Beverly led the state in scoring with 37.3 points per game and was named Co-Player of the Year. He was also chosen to play in the Roundball Classic on April 8, 2006, a national high school All-Star Game which was held at Chicago’s United Center.

While studying in the college, Beverly played two years of college basketball for the Arkansas Razorbacks before deciding to enter the NBA draft after some academic issues. He was chosen as the 42nd overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.

Here’s a list of Patrick Beverley’s personal details:

    • Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
    • Father’s Name: Patrick Bracy
    • Mother’s Name: Lisa Beverley
    • Star Sign: Cancer
    • College: University of Arkansas
    • Age: 32
    • Date of Birth: July 12, 1988
    • Height (cm): 185
    • Weight (kg): 82
    • Nationality: American
    • NBA Draft Year: 2009
    • NBA Draft Pick: 42nd overall
    • Playing Career: 2008-Present
    • Position: Point Guard
    • Achievements: 1x NBA All-Defensive First Team
    • Wife/Girlfriend: Alexis Marie (Rumoured), Amber Spencer (Ex), Lira Galore (Ex)
    • Children: Everett Beverley and Adlaia Beverley
    • Endorsements: Adidas

Teams:

    • Dnipro (2008-09)
    • Olympiacos (2009-2010)
    • Spartak St. Petersburg (2011-12)
    • Houston Rockets (2013-17)
    • Los Angeles Clippers (2017-Present)

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