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Worrying about his flops will give Beverley whiplash

April 25, 2019 Sports 0 Views Patrick Beverley continued to play the foil for Clippers in his first round series against Warriors on Wednesday night. Golden State trainer Steve Kerr gave a day to reflect similar to one of the major heavyweight champions of all time – says Beverley's head appeared as if he were punched by Mike Tyson. Kerr asked about a sequence in which Draymond Green was judged to be a technical foul in Wednesday's 129-121 loss, said Beverley had dumped the referee in a bad conversation. "I didn't think it was a good conversation," Kerr said. "You know Beverley will flop, and Draymond turned, it looked like Tyson hit him in the face." 2 Related With 1 0:53 playing in the third quarter and Warriors trailing at 11, Green was demanding an offensive error at Beverley. Green then argued with Judge Marc Davis and was judged to be a technical foul. Kerr said he thought Green had patted and tried to get the Oracle Arena audience into the game when he was called for the technical. "Beverley is good at it," Kerr said. "His head literally stumbles back, I worry he'll get whiplash on some of these flops. But he's good at it. And the judges are often often partial to the little guy down there." "I didn't do I like this type of conversation," said Kerr about the offensive foal. "I know Draymond doesn't, that is, the technical. It's no question Draymond tried to get the…

Patrick Beverley continued to play the foil for Clippers in his first round series against Warriors on Wednesday night.

Golden State trainer Steve Kerr gave a day to reflect similar to one of the major heavyweight champions of all time – says Beverley’s head appeared as if he were punched by Mike Tyson.

Kerr asked about a sequence in which Draymond Green was judged to be a technical foul in Wednesday’s 129-121 loss, said Beverley had dumped the referee in a bad conversation.

“I didn’t think it was a good conversation,” Kerr said. “You know Beverley will flop, and Draymond turned, it looked like Tyson hit him in the face.”

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0:53 playing in the third quarter and Warriors trailing at 11, Green was demanding an offensive error at Beverley. Green then argued with Judge Marc Davis and was judged to be a technical foul. Kerr said he thought Green had patted and tried to get the Oracle Arena audience into the game when he was called for the technical.

“Beverley is good at it,” Kerr said. “His head literally stumbles back, I worry he’ll get whiplash on some of these flops. But he’s good at it. And the judges are often often partial to the little guy down there.”

“I didn’t do I like this type of conversation,” said Kerr about the offensive foal. “I know Draymond doesn’t, that is, the technical. It’s no question Draymond tried to get the audience to go. “

After the loss, which left the Warriors with a 3-2 advantage in the series, Green took the shield when asked why he was more” edgy “than usual.” 19659002] “Was I pointed? I was edgy? “Green said.” I got a technology. Do I think I’m fucking about getting a technology? Do you think it’s crazy? You should look at some of my past times if you want to look edgy. “

On Thursday, Green did not respond to the media, or rather it was not worried about Kerr being in his report with reporters. ] His inquiry was denied both times.

When he asked who was responsible, Kerr replied, “Not me obviously.” on Friday in Los Angeles. Other Iguodala can replace Andrew Bogut as a starter in a return to the “warfare” of the war arena, Kerr said. “, says Kerr” and who is playing with who and how long. All that. It’s our job. “

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