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At 35 years old, Patrick Beverley is currently achieving his lowest career scoring average at 3.3 points per game.

Despite this, he remains a valuable asset to the Sixers, contributing through his defensive skills, leadership qualities, and ability to motivate himself.

According to Pompey’s separate report, Beverley’s recent impact involved a confrontation with his former Lakers teammate, Austin Reaves, during which officials had to intervene and separate them.

The root of Beverley’s frustration stems from Reaves’ previous “too small” gesture after scoring against him last season.

Beverley expressed his determination to challenge Reaves every time they meet on the court, as stated in his podcast, declaring, “Every time I see the Lakers until I retire – whatever team Austin Reaves is on – I’m on his [butt].”