Patrick Beverley Made Lonzo Ball Look Like He Never Played Basketball Before in His NBA Debut

Beverley guarded Ball for 29 possessions and held him to 0-of-2 shooting and just three assist opportunities, according to ESPN Stats and Info. Ball’s lone bucket came on a switch, and otherwise looked passive.

Beverley even taunted Ball after the game was over as Beverley was heard screaming, “Weak a– m—–f—— bring him out on the court with me and I will tear his a– up,” to Ball in the locker rooms by ESPN’s Marc Spears.


Lonzo Ball is dead, Patrick Beverley killed him. The Los Angeles Clippers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 108-92 on Thursday night and Ball ended with 3 points, 9 rebounds and 4 assists but none of those stats came when Beverley was guarding him.

If everyone is going to defend Lonzo like Patrick Beverley did on Thursday night then Lonzo Ball is going to be the biggest bust in NBA history. I’m going to have to agree with Beverley here. Ball is a ‘weak ass motherfucker’. There is no denying that now.

Also real quick, the Clippers are going to be a PROBLEM this season. I’d rather have Beverley running the point than Chris Paul. Is that even a hot take in 2017? I’m really going to miss Lonzo.




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