With 3:55 remaining in the fourth quarter and the Suns up 106-96, Devin Booker was called for a shooting foul on Austin Reaves, making contact with the second-year player then standing over him and staring at him while Reaves was on the floor. Then Ayton stood over Reaves, at which point Beverley ran several steps and body checked Ayton with his left shoulder when the Suns big man wasn't looking.
After a video review, Booker was assessed a flagrant foul 1 for his hit on Reaves, Beverley was assessed a technical foul and ejected, and Ayton also was T'd up.
"Got a person on the ground, two people looking over mean-mugging and puffing their chest out and referees don't get into it to kind of separate it, control the game, so I'm going to stand up for my teammate," Beverley said after the game.
The suspension was based in part on Beverley's history of unsportsmanlike acts, according to a release by Joe Dumars, Executive Vice President, Head of Basketball Operations.
Beverley will begin serving his suspension Nov. 25 when the Lakers face the San Antonio Spurs.