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NBA Today: Beverley to the Lakers; Gallinari suffers an injury while playing for Italy

The Los Angeles Lakers added another key veteran player from their roster in Patrick Beverley in exchange for Talen Horton-Tucker and Stanley Johnson to Utah Jazz. This trade creates huge concern among Lakers fans as they are worrying about the health of the 10-years vet as it gets the toll of giving the young star Talen Horton-Tucker. To level up your fandom with basketball and a basketball team, you can visit 12BET to experience legal and safe online gambling for real money

The 6’1 point guard out of University of Arkansas has become one of the important pests and the wildest and feistiest perimeter defender around the NBA. Despite averaging pretty below-average stats with 9.2 points, 4.6 assists, and 4.1 rebounds a game – which is a role player average number and actually a very fit to the system of Lakers where the trio of Lebron, Westbrook, and Anthony Davis getting more touches and green lights. The addition of Patrick Beverley on the team bring spark to players to focus on offense – attacking the rim, sinking three points, and making plays while the veteran guard (Patrick Beverley) is responsible on sparking the defense for the team that can translate into scores. Follow us here for more espn nba updates. 

Danilo Gallinari hurt while playing for Italy and to miss the Eurobasket next month

The Italian forward suffered a knee injury during the Fiba World Cup Qualifier game against Georgia. While driving toward the basket in the fourth quarter of the match, he injured his right knee and was down in pain. He was quickly treat by the Italian medical staff. Gallinari has a history of major injury way back in April 2013, when he tore his ACL. According to various sources, his ACL in the knee is stable and probably he will just miss the Eurobasket competition next month, where many NBA stars including two time MVP Nikola Jokic will represent Serbia, NBA Champion Giannis Antetokounmpo and his brothers joining Greece, Rudy Gobert of France, and many more. 

Last 2021-2022 season, Gallinari had a pretty rough season with the Atlanta Hawks averaging just 11.7 points, 4.7 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 66 games (18 starts) and was traded to rebuilding San Antonio Spurs earlier in the offseason but later waived him to become an unrestricted free agent. 

Last month, the 34 year old Italian Native averaging 15.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 1.9 assists with 1,426 three points career made in 728 games, just signed a two years 13.3 million dollars to the Boston Celtics. The addition of Gallinari will be a good addition for Boston Celtics as they need perimeter defender, big man, and three point shooting – which they lack during the NBA Final against the reigning champion Golden State Warriors.

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