LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) -Patrick Beverley's agent says he's working on lining up a team for the former Arkansas guard to join in Europe - and that Beverley could also end up in the NBA Development League.
``We're just trying to look through a couple different options for him, European-wise,'' said Bernie Lee, who represents Beverley.
Lee, of Lee Basketball Services, didn't want to say who Beverley might sign with overseas. He said he might consider the NBA D-League as an option for his client. Beverley played two seasons at Arkansas. He would have been the team's top returning scorer, but the school announced in August he wouldn't be playing this season. The school didn't say why.
Beverley started 33 games last season, averaging 12.1 points per game.
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