An anonymous other team executive said that because Beverly is difficult to deal with, the Clippers need to add future draft rights if they want to trade him.
In the last season, Beverly played in 51 games, with an average of 7.9 points, 5.2 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. The shooting percentage was 43.1%, the outside line target was 38.8%, and the free throw percentage was 66%.
In the playoffs, the clippers were knocked out early by the Nuggets. Beverly played eight games, each with less than seven points.
The Clippers really want to get a good point guard to partner Leonard and George, but with the development of the player market, there is no better choice but to trade. The clippers have limited salary space and insufficient draft rights in the future. Therefore, only a few players of last season have the transaction value.
In addition to Beverly, the other two chips are zubartz and Luwei. It is said that zubacz is the most valuable of the three because he is a true center, and he is still young and has time to grow. He still has three seasons left on his contract, making about $7 million a season. In the playoffs, he averaged 9.1 points and 7.2 rebounds per game, with a shooting percentage of 56%.
An anonymous team executive said Rowe is valuable to teams that linger in the playoffs because of his excellent offensive ability. Hes a contract year, with a salary of $8 million, which is valuable for teams that want to create salary space.
He can still score, but his age is a hindrance, said the anonymous executive.