Patrick Beverley rips Chris Paul: ‘He literally can’t guard’
1. Chris Paul was completely lost at the end of the Suns series against the Mavericks, part of one of the worst losses in NBA history Sunday night and then, on Monday, was completely destroyed by Patrick Beverley all morning on ESPN.
Beverley showed up erection and First Acquisition and explained his feelings for Paul.
“He can’t watch. He can never watch, ”Beverley told Stephen A. Smith. The Timberwolves guard went on to compare Paul to an orange cone.
“Man, CP can’t watch anyone, man. Everyone in the NBA knows that. What do we call him? Cone. Do you know when to make cones? Like, in the summer, you have to cone. You are moving. What does the cone do? ”
erection Host Mike Greenberg then interjected, “Stay still.” Beverley replied forcefully, “EXACTLY!”
and First AcquisitionBeverley explains how no NBA team is afraid of Phoenix.
Beverley’s best quote about Paul, though, has to do with his pregame approach before facing the point guard.
“Do the NBA guys go to bed early in the night before playing for the Phoenix Suns? Hell no. No. I’ll go to Steak 44 in Phoenix, give me a nice little wine, maybe weigh in on the pregame shootaround and get ready for Chris Paul. Steph Curry? I go to bed at 8 o’clock. Mom, don’t call me. Woman, don’t call me. I am locked up now. ”
Beverley started getting her Chris Paul gossip hours before the show on ESPN, Jeremy Lin asked in this tweet.
I would predict that ESPN will have Beverley back in the studio — usually.
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