LeBron James Associate Sounds Off-On Lakers Patrick Beverley [Watch]

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A new report indicates that the New York Knicks discussed a possible deal with the Los Angeles Lakers that would have resulted in the Lakers acquiring Knicks shooting guard Evan Fournier.

NBA insider Michael Scotto shared that the proposed agreement sent Patrick Beverley and Kendrick Nunn to the Knicks and was discussed before the Knicks guard Cam Reddish was ruled out.

“Before Reddish’s recent benching in New York, the Knicks originally engaged the Lakers to see if they’d have interest in swapping Evan Fournier for Patrick Beverley and Kendrick Nunn, league sources told HoopsHype,” wrote Scotto. “Beverley and Nunn will both become unrestricted free agents after this season.

“Since then, the Knicks have reportedly looked to package Reddish with Fournier in various trade talks, per The Athletic’s Fred Katz.”

Beverley was acquired by the Lakers during the offseason. Nunn was signed by the Lakers last year, missing the whole 2021-22 campaign because of an injury.

Both players have not been able to add much to the Lakers roster this season, with Nunn averaging 5.4 points per game and Beverley contributing 4.5 points per competition. Beverley remains a solid defender.

Speaking of Patrick Beverley, an associate of his teammate LeBron James, Cuff the Legend. In a recent video he called Beverley ‘Cardio Pat’

“You are out of here buddy, FamousLos looking a** boy. You’re done. Give me that key fob, ‘Cardio Pat.’

What do you think?

Written by Byron Nelson

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