"Hey Pat, Lakers win, I want my ring," Westbrook said, according to Beverley, who feels the same way.
"Russ, we gonna be suited and booted, boy, I'm gonna be right there waiting on that ring," he said on his podcast.
Beverley averaged 6.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.6 assists over 45 games with the Lakers this season. Westbrook played 52 games, averaging 15.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 7.5 assists per game.
There are no NBA rules that dictate whether players who were traded midseason should receive rings, leaving it to the discretion of the team. While offering a ring to a former player seems to be the norm, the player can also choose not to accept it.
Beverley realizes fans might talk some trash if he and Westbrook earn their first rings for a championship they didn't play in. He doesn't think that will be an issue.
"Do I think Westbrook gonna accept the ring? Hell yeah, he ain't gonna say no to it," he said.
Beverley made his stance even clearer: "If they win, you call me whatever the f*** you wanna call me, I'ma get that ring," he said.
"I might shed a tear," he added. "I'll give a speech."
The comments came after Beverley said in February his goal was to "knock [the Lakers] out of the playoffs." When he said that, the Lakers sat in 13th in the Western Conference.
The Lakers and LeBron James continue their championship pursuit Thursday night at Chase Center.