Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley had a simple response to an angry suns fan who sent an email to Adam Silver over his Chris Paul shove.
The story of Patrick Beverley’s shove of Chris Paul at the end of Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals isn’t done yet.
Suns fans and the Clippers guard won’t let it die, exchanging gestures on Twitter just to keep things going.
On Thursday, ahead of Game 2 of the NBA Finals between the Suns and Bucks, a Phoenix fan and podcaster tweeted a screenshot of a response he got from the NBA after complaining about Beverley’s actions.
“I let firstname.lastname@example.org know how I felt about Patrick Beverley attacking Chris Paul at the end of Game 6,” the fan wrote. “Here’s what I received in response from NBA Coordinator Bill. While I appreciate the response, excuse me while I [puke emojis].”
Beverley saw the tweet and responded with some emojis of his own.
The fan, who clarified that he emailed the night of the game and only just got the response, took it in stride.
Funnily enough, this is not the first time this guy has exchanged emails with the NBA over suspendable offenses.
It’s his thing apparently.
Patrick Beverley called out a fan who wrote an angry email over Chris Paul shove
Beverley is suspended for the first game of the 2021-22 regular season because of his actions. He was also ejected from the game, though that hardly mattered as the Suns were well on their way to a series-clinching victory.
It would be best if both sides let it drop. Beverley shouldn’t be wasting his time responding to Suns fans. His season and the Clippers‘ is over. They got the last laugh and they always will.
Meanwhile, Phoenix fans have the NBA Finals to focus on.