Patrick Beverley Aims To Keep Lakers Out of Playoffs With New Team, The Chicago Bulls

Photo: Instagram/Patrick Beverley 

Patrick Beverley, the veteran guard who was recently traded by the Los Angeles Lakers and then signed with the Chicago Bulls, has set his sights on keeping the Lakers out of the playoffs.

He pointed out that the Bulls still have two games against the Lakers on their schedule, and he wants to knock them out of the playoffs.

Beverley is known for speaking his mind and trash talking opponents to get in their heads.

Photo: Instagram/Patrick Beverley 

He is also a three-time All-Defensive player who can still be a pest to some of the best players in the league.

Beverley believes he can provide a boost of energy to the struggling Bulls, who are currently in 11th place in the Eastern Conference and still have a chance to make the playoffs.

He is confident that he can be a valuable addition to the team and help them get to the postseason.

Beverley has a chip on his shoulder and is determined to prove himself on the court.

Last season, while playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves, Beverley had a lot to say about the Los Angeles Clippers, his former team, after the Wolves beat them in the play-in to secure a playoff spot.

He is a player who gives everything to his team and is willing to do anything to win.

Beverley is excited to play alongside Zach LaVine, DeMar DeRozan, and Nikola Vucevic on the Bulls.

The Bulls will face the Lakers on March 26 at Arena and on March 29 in Chicago.

Beverley is sure to turn up the trash talking and make both games must-watch television.

Despite his antics, Beverley is a player who is committed to winning and doing whatever it takes to help his team succeed.

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Source: CBS Sports


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