NBA Champion Claims This LA Lakers Star Has Done “Absolutely Nothing” This Season After Another Loss


Kendrick Perkins slams Patrick Beverly for his performance this NBA Season for the Lakers

Former American professional slams Los Angeles Lakers point guard for his performance in the current NBA season which has no doubt been fearful to his side.

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Patrick Beverley

With 4,214 career points throughout his career, Kendrick was undoubtedly one of the most impactful players on the court. Los Angeles Lakers do not have the season start they might have expected with back-to-back losing streaks.

Currently working as a sports analyst with ESPN, he has himself played for five different franchises in NBA along with being champions in the 2008-09 season with Boston Celtics. Perkins mentioned “Pat Bev has given the Lakers NOTHING this season! Don’t mind me tho and Carry the hell on…”

In the recent Lakers-Clippers rivalry match, the Lakers marked their fourth consecutive loss. Hence, Kendrick focused on Patrick for his lack of contribution to his side this season and also in this match after he ended the match with a performance of  7 points, 2 rebounds, and 4 assists.

How has Patrick Beverly performed This Season

To invest in a defensive player on the side, the 6ft 2inch made his way into the team after being traded in exchange for Stanley Johnson and Talen Horton-Tucker. He was a part of a massive trade before this season alongside Malik Beasley, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Leandro Bolmaro, draft rights to Walker Kessler, four future first-round picks.

At current after L.A’s loss against their rivals clippers, Patrick only averages 4.9 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 2.3 assists which are far less than his career averages. It has not been a dream season for Beverly but further, he would look for better performances to shut all the voices that are being raised against his game.

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