Patrick Beverley

Stephen Curry's broken hand draws Twitter reaction from NBA players

Stephen Curry's broken hand draws Twitter reaction from NBA players

While the Warriors held their collective breath when Steph Curry broke his left hand Wednesday night, much of the NBA did the same.

Curry left during the third quarter of Golden State's 121-110 loss to the Phoenix Suns at Chase Center. Suns big man Aron Baynes fell awkwardly on Curry's left hand after the two-time MVP drove the lane, and Curry immediately grabbed his hand afterward. 

Los Angeles Clippers guard Patrick Beverley opened up his postgame press conference after LA's loss to the Utah Jazz by sending well-wishes to Curry, and he did the same on Twitter.


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Beverley wasn't the only one, as Curry's NBA peers and former teammates tweeted their hopes for the Warriors star to make a speedy recovery. 


Curry's recovery timeline is unknown. Warriors general manager Bob Myers told NBC Sports Bay Area's Kerith Burke that Curry next will undergo a CT scan on his left hand. 

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NBA rumors: Patrick Beverley told Steph Curry 'next five years are mine'

NBA rumors: Patrick Beverley told Steph Curry 'next five years are mine'

Clippers guard Patrick Beverley talks a lot of trash.

It's what he does.

And he had a lot to say during the Clippers' 141-122 opening night win over the Warriors at Chase Center last Thursday, when he played a big part in Steph Curry committing eight turnovers.

As Sean Deveney of Heavy.com writes:

“You had the last five years,” Beverley told Curry, according to a source. “The next five years are mine.”

To that, Curry laughed and replied, “Aren’t you 31?”

Beverley, in fact, is 31, and is under contract through the 2021-22 season. He's clearly excited about the Clippers' present and future, with good reason.

And the two-time All-Defensive selection didn't stop running his mouth after the final horn sounded, as Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports wrote last Friday:

In the Clippers’ locker room, Patrick Beverley was having some fun with some of the arena staff workers who help tidy up the facility.

“Y’all a little different without KD, I see,” Beverley playfully jabbed. “Uh-huh, y’all cheated long enough. It’s OK. Y’all had a good run. Back to reality.”

[REWINDBeverley explains why he doesn't talk any trash to Curry]

You could say that karma came back around, as Beverley fouled out during the Clippers' surprising loss to the Suns in Phoenix on Saturday night.

In case you are wondering -- the Warriors next play the Clippers on Jan. 10.

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Patrick Beverley trolls Warriors' arena workers over Kevin Durant's exit

Patrick Beverley trolls Warriors' arena workers over Kevin Durant's exit

Clippers guard Patrick Beverley doesn't just talk trash when he's on the court.

He pretty much runs his mouth at all times.

His squad crushed the Warriors on Thursday night at Chase Center, and then Beverley poured salt in the wound.

Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports has the details:

In the Clippers’ locker room, Patrick Beverley was having some fun with some of the arena staff workers who help tidy up the facility.

“Y’all a little different without KD, I see,” Beverley playfully jabbed. “Uh-huh, y’all cheated long enough. It’s OK. Y’all had a good run. Back to reality.”

Can't fault the guy for enjoying the moment, as he knows the Clippers are title favorites. He recorded five steals and frustrated Golden State superstar Steph Curry throughout the game.

The only problem with his jab is that he forgot to mention that the Warriors also are without that Klay Thompson guy. 

Golden State kinda misses him, too.

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If you're a Warriors fan and you don't want to hear from Beverley for a while, here's the silver lining:


But you better believe the two-time All-Defensive selection will remind you of his presence at that time.

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