After winning their first four games of the season and appearing to transition gracefully into the post-Chris Paul era, the Los Angeles Clippers have since turned into one of the worst teams in basketball and lost nine straight games. Their lone win over the past 10 games was against the hapless Dallas Mavericks, and…
In perhaps the most predictable turn of events of the NBA’s early season, Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley held Lakers rookie sensation Lonzo Ball to three points on 1-of-6 shooting. Also predictably, Beverley was pleased with his handiwork after the game, according to ESPN’s Marc Spears:
The NBA is looking into an incident between Rockets guard Patrick Beverley and a fan that occurred after Friday’s Game 3 in Oklahoma City.
This one-on-one game, which Patrick Beverley decided to dominate, is like that scene in Rushmore where Bill Murray blocks the shit out of that kid, but for five minutes straight.
As Pearland, Tex. police prepared to handcuff Rockets guard Patrick Beverley during a traffic stop Wednesday, he asked if they could sort out the issue away from the dashcam. “I’m not about to have people put me on social media,” he said.
Russell Westbrook still despises Patrick Beverley, as was made clear early in tonight's Rockets-Thunder game.
The Oklahoma City Thunder announced today that Russell Westbrook tore his meniscus in the second quarter of Game 2 against Houston on Wednesday and is out indefinitely. There's no timetable for his return yet, which potentially leaves the West wide open and sets up the Heat for an easy run to the title. But let's not…