Patrick Beverley’s savage message after hitting Stephen Curry’s no-look 3-pointer


Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has changed the game in recent years with his 3 pointers. From time to time he broke the Internet with his 3 points that were not fashionable. He shoots, turns and runs at the defense, showing a confidence that only the best shooters have. Patrick Beverley, the Los Angeles Clippers goalie, has started the adventure and, so far, he is tied for points.

Sunday night, as the Clippers shut out the Cleveland Cavaliers at Staples Center, Patrick Beverley intercepted a pass from Lou Williams and headed to the corner for a 3-point lead off the Cavs’ bench. Someone on the opposing team was about to say something when they intercepted the pass, so Beverley turned around while the ball was in the air to let them know it was a good shot.


Patrick Beverley shoots a three-pointer and turns around to let the Cavs’ bench know he’s good even before he’s in the game. #Clippers

– Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) February 15, 2021

ClutchPoints posted a summary of Beverly’s three points, but oddly enough, it was not found elsewhere on social media. Instead, all eyes were on the Lakers-Nuggets game in Denver. Beverley joked after the game and said he wanted everyone to show as much love for his 3 points as they showed Steph Curry and then LeBron James last month.

I want this shot to go viral, just like you give everyone a chance, Patrick Beverly said. Let my stuff go viral too. Show me some love.

I want this recording to go viral, just like all the others. Let my stuff go viral too. Show me some love.

Patrick Beverley on that meaningless three-pointer. #Clippers

– Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) February 15, 2021

Beverly, however, appreciates it when someone gives her a nudge:

Here’s my trade with Patrick Beverly for scoring 4,000 points and 3 pointers. #Clippers O

– Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) February 15, 2021

It wasn’t until Beaver’s comments on social media that the climax finally came on the big page. Patrick Beverly immediately responded with a message to Steph Curry:

@StephenCurry30 So this is what it looks like

– Patrick Beverly (@patbev21) 15. February 2021

Over the past six years in the NBA, Beverley has shot 40 percent of his shots from beyond the arc, and he has shot 43.6 percent more from beyond the three-point line this season than in his entire career. According to the nine-year veteran, the Clippers’ new coaching staff tells him he’ll get three more points this season.

At the end of the season, our reception staff will provide a summary of what you did well and what you did not do well. One of the problems I didn’t know – you think you know something until you see it on paper – and one of the problems for me was giving up shots. With this new management staff, they told me: Let yourself go. Even if Pat denies it, let it fly away. Historically, you’ve been one of the best shooters in the NBA. The numbers show it, the percentages show it, just do it. T-Lue, Kenny [Atkinson], Big Shot (Chauncey Billups), DC (Dan Craig) give me a lot of confidence offensively, especially playing with Kawhi and PG. Let yourself go. I was lucky to get all those pictures.

Without Kawhi Leonard and Paul George in the lineup, Beverly had 16 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals on five of eight shots and four of three points. Lou Williams had a great night for the Clippers, finishing with 30 points and 10 assists for the fifth time in his NBA career.

Just for fun, here are some of Stephen Curry’s top three points:

Stephen Curry: Some of the best don’t see three @StephenCurry30

– Misha Konygin (@gdfactoryclips) 14. February 2021

Patrick Beverly probably won’t make a habit of it like Steph did, but the man wants to be respected.

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