Patrick Beverley reportedly out for season after knee surgery


Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley underwent surgery on his right knee Wednesday, according to multiple reports.

Beverley is facing a recovery period of up to nine months.

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Beverley played 22 minutes in a loss to the New York Knicks after missing five games with a knee injury.

"He's probably going to be out a while", Clippers coach Doc Rivers told reporters in Atlanta, where the reeling team was to face the Hawks on Wednesday night, the fourth game of a five-game cross-country trip. The absence of Beverley, who L.A. acquired in the trade that sent Paul to the Rockets, isn't helping. With Beverley out, Sindarius Thornwell should continue to start for the time being, though once Milos Teodosic (foot) is cleared to play, it will be Teodosic's spot to lose moving forward.

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The Clippers (5-11) have lost 11 of 12 games since then, with their only victory coming over the Dallas Mavericks (3-15).

The Clippers have won only once since their buzzer-beating victory over Portland on October 29 that started their season 4-0.

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Beverely has averaged 12.9 points, three assists and three rebounds for the Clippers this season.