Patrick Beverley is not expected to remain with the Utah Jazz and has already attracted interest from title contenders.
According to Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Miami Heat will attempt to sign Beverley if he agrees to a buyout with the Jazz and becomes a free agent.
“Patrick Beverley also appears to be a strong trade candidate. The former Timberwolves point guard has drawn interest from the Lakers and Heat, sources told B/R.
Philadelphia had been mentioned as a potential Beverley suitor, with his past Houston experience and the Sixers’ obvious deep Rockets connections, but it seems unlikely that Beverley would now be Philadelphia-bound after the team acquired De’Anthony Melton on draft night,” Fischer reports.
Beverley joined the Jazz as part of the deal that sent Rudy Gobert to the Minnesota Timberwolves a couple of weeks ago.