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Draymond offers blunt criticism of Pat Bev’s postgame antics

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Draymond offers blunt criticism of Pat Bev's postgame antics

Draymond offers blunt criticism of Pat Bev’s postgame antics originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

Draymond Green knows a thing or two about the interactions between NBA players and opposing fans.

On Thursday, Milwaukee Bucks guard Patrick Beverley had a strange exchange with a group of fans sitting near his team’s bench. That included Beverley throwing a basketball to several spectators, with emotions clearly running high as the Bucks suffered a season-ending 120-98 loss to the Indiana Pacers at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

On Friday, Green opened up about Beverly’s antics during an episode of “Draymond’s green show,“, explaining that there seems to be a pattern with Beverly having these types of outbursts and why it is problematic for the league.

“Pat Bev threw a ball at a fan last night,” Green said on his podcast. “Pat keeps having these instances where he loses in these playoff games. That one might have been crazier than the last one. [Chris Paul] push. Because it opens a whole different can of worms. [NBA commissioner Adam Silver] You’re going to have a problem with this one. Because it’s the closest thing you can get to being in the stands. “That is prohibited for us.”

However, that wasn’t the only off-field incident Beverley was involved in on Thursday, as the 35-year-old received tremendous backlash after denying a reporter a post-game interview upon learning that he was not I had subscribed to his podcast.

Green, who operates his own podcast, explained why he disagreed with Beverly’s comments before finishing with a comment about the 35-year-old’s behavior after losses.

“Then Pat didn’t follow up very well because he kept arguing with a reporter about not subscribing to her podcast,” Green said. “I’ve never heard anyone say, ‘If you’re not subscribed to my podcast, don’t ask me a question.’

“In fact, I try to take the complete opposite approach because I really appreciate the NBA supporting podcasts the way they do. Pat, you can’t keep having these moments at the end of these losses. You start to look like the kid.” that’s going to grab the ball and say: ‘I’m going home, I can’t play, we’re leaving the park.’ Come on, Pat!”

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