Bucks’ Patrick Beverley Takes Huge Shot At Sixers

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Patrick Beverley appears to be quite content with his transition from the Philadelphia 76ers to the Milwaukee Bucks, a move facilitated by the NBA’s February 8th trade deadline.

During a recent episode of his Pat Bev Podcast, Beverley subtly criticized his former team, suggesting that the Bucks possess a stronger collective desire to win.

In a conversation with Tobias Harris, Beverley shared his observations on the differences between his old and new teams. He emphasized that in Milwaukee, the focus isn’t on individual statistics or accolades but on the shared goal of victory.

“I talked to Tobias [Harris] on the phone. He’s like, ‘Yo, what’s the biggest difference?’ I’m like, ‘Everybody wants to win. Everybody wants to win.’ Everybody wants to win. It’s not about stats. It’s not about numbers here. It’s not about who gets the ball. Everybody here wants to win.”

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Beverley had initially joined the 76ers for the 2023-24 season, signing a one-year deal with ambitions of chasing an NBA championship alongside Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey.

While Philadelphia managed to compete closely with Milwaukee and the Boston Celtics for the Eastern Conference’s top spot during Beverley’s stint, Embiid’s knee injury and subsequent surgery have since left the team battling to maintain its competitive edge.

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Conversely, the Bucks are currently third in the Eastern Conference standings, boasting a 35-21 record. Despite facing challenges and a somewhat rocky performance under the guidance of new head coach Doc Rivers, with a 3-7 record in their recent games, Beverley’s comments suggest he believes his new environment better aligns with his aspirations for team success.

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