Lisa Beverley’s son wants to reap the rewards for his mom being on, and in, the money.

The mother of Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley won more than $41,000 worth of cash and prizes, including two cars Wednesday during her appearance on “The Price is Right,” according to Sports Illustrated’s Dan Gartland. She did so while decked out in a red shirt that read “NBA Mom” and also contained a Clippers logo.

Her run of good luck started in the “Let ’em Roll” segment, in which she won a car on her final roll.

She then hit the $1,000 jackpot on the “Price is Right” wheel to the great chagrin of her opponent.

She progressed to the showcase where she claimed the grand prize — cash, another car and a trip to Madagascar — in the final segment.

Her son either was watching or aware of his mom’s “Price is Right” success because he came right out and asked to borrow one of her new cars.

Lisa Beverley’s experience proves it pays to be lucky and good on “The Price is Right.”

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