Patrick Beverley was a Laker until last week when Los Angeles flipped him to the Magic for Mo Bamba.

He’s now on the buyout market after Orlando bought him out.

During  The Pat Bev Podcast with Rone, he dished on his time on the Lakers and speculated on why LA is currently outside the cutoff for the play in games.

“It wasn’t basketball,”  he explained.  “It wasn’t basketball. It wasn’t basketball. It was other sh*t. But other sh*t that you really can’t like pin or point out. You know, comes and goes. You know, a little bit here, a little bit there. The vibes were sometimes on, sometimes off. Inconsistent vibes lead to inconsistent play.” 

It’s been reported that Russell Westbrook, who’s also no longer on the Lakers, was like a “vampire” in the locker room.


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