Patty: Patrick Beverly spends all day on ESPN slandering Chris Paul and sent to social

After losing the Sun Blowout in Game 7 to the Dallas Mavericks, Patrick Beverly took Chris Paul from his trolling Twitter to ESPN for slander on all televisions.

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Patrick Beverly has always been the most frustrating opponent for most players (and fans) in the NBA. He doesn’t give up, he goes under your skin and he always talks rubbish.

Throughout 2020, we’ve seen his trash-talking reach new heights when he clowns Dame Lillard for joking around with his team going to Cancun.

Cancun Jokes pushes Bev back and forth as he is sent home soon, his Cancun cloning ends quickly. Now, his latest nemesis seems to be none other than Chris Paul aka CP3.

Paul and Phoenix Sun NBA gold is on the rise. They have improved from season to season and have been picked by many because it could win this whole year.

The Dallas Mavericks had other plans and sent them home in a 30-plus point blowout game last week: the worst final rate in history. Social media CP3 and Patrick Beverly erupted with elite slander just before the start of the fourth quarter.

The next day, Pat Beve was bright and early on ESPN with some extreme hatred over CP3. The scandal was so intense that there seemed to be no commercial break. To make matters worse, he appeared on the entire slate of ESPN’s shows and slandered CP3 throughout a full-day television slot.

There were so many crazy things Patrick Beverly said online that we could stay here all day. To avoid this, we will only reflect on some wildlife. One of them is the comparison of CP3 with a traffic cone.

Patrick Beverly even gave his opinion on guarding Chris Paul, claiming the night before the game that he could drink wine, go out and enjoy the city. However, if he has to play with Steve Curry the next night, he’s trying to get in bed early for his upcoming job.

Click on the jump to see Pat Bev and ESPN test responses.

Of course, the reaction to slandering Chris Paul on Patrick Beverly Live TV happened online, but it first started on television. Matt Burns first called Pat Bev during his own show and couldn’t believe the disrespect and people allowed it.

“There is a fine line between being critical and being disrespectful. And I think what Pat Beverly did to Chris Paul today was utterly disrespectful and out of line.

Matt Burns was one of many people responding to Wild Day with Patrick Beverly and ESPN coverage, but Twitter had a field day of its own. You can see below taking some fun.

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