“Enough is enough… still no credit!” Patrick Beverley mad at the NBA for ignoring his hard-fought DPOY effort; Urges to stop disrespect registered against his name


“Enough is enough… still no credit!” Patrick Beverley mad at the NBA for ignoring his hard-fought DPOY effort; Urges to stop disrespect registered against his name

Patrick Beverley

Patrick Beverley was fired up after the Minnesota Timberwolves’ game against the Golden State Warriors which the former surprisingly won by a 15-point margin and his hype even came into twitter as Beverley felt the need to highlight that he doesn’t get the credits that he deserves and finds himself severely underrated and therefore missing from the NBA DPOY list. The DPOY (Defensive Player Of the Year) list is currently led by the likes of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Mikal Bridges, Jaren Jackson Jr. and then the names like Draymond Green, Rudy Gobert, Robert Williams III, Dejounte Murray, and Jarrett Allen immediately follow them on this list. Surely, amidst all of this, the name Patrick Beverley has been lost.

Patrick Beverley isn’t someone who will tolerate disrespect and he therefore felt the need to call out the actions of the NBA and the people for disrespecting him by not having his name in the DPOY list which he feels is something that he deserves keeping in mind the stats and the arguments that he presented. Beverley who has been exceptionally useful to the Minnesota Timberwolves now argues to have a place in the list and we will get into the depths of it.

Let us now take a closer look at the arguments put up by the Minnesota Timberwolves’ Patrick Beverley and assess his tweet targeting the NBA.

Patrick Beverley fed up with the disrespect, feels he deserves a place in the DPOY list

Patrick Beverley
Patrick Beverley

Patrick Beverley after the Timberwolves’ game against the Golden State warriors knew he had had enough of the disrespect and came out on twitter to target the NBA and all the haters for disrespecting him despite him putting in all the efforts in order to get the best possible results, and even take his team in the playoffs despite which he doesn’t get a place in the DPOY List.

Patrick Beverley tweeted out, “Enough is enough. Average a block and a steal a game. Top 5 in charges taken. Playoff Team this year. And still no credit for DPOY. DEVIL IS A LIE” Patrick sent out a message to all his haters as he made them count his achievements, which include high average blocks and steals in any game, top 5 charges taken and getting his team into the playoffs this season as they currently stand at the 7th position in the Western Conference after beating the 2nd ranked Warriors.
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In 26.2 minutes per game this season, Beverley is averaging 9.2 points, 4.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.2 steals, and 0.9 blocks, while shooting 40.4% from the field, and 34.0% from beyond the arc, other than which, Beverley is incredibly 5th in the entire NBA for charges drawn, and overall, the Timberwolves are now looking like a playoff team as well, as they stand 7th in the conference.

This might not seem enough to get him at the top position in the DPOY list but he definitely deserves a place in the list, and the disrespect is real.

Timberwolves vs Warriors, 129-114

Karl Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins
Karl Anthony Towns and Andrew Wiggins

The Minnesota Timberwolves surprisingly defeated the Golden State Warriors by a comfortable 15-point margin as the newly crowned 3-point king showed up in the game and led the way for his team as the Timberwolves cruised past the Warriors in a comfortable matchup for the former.

Karl Anthony Towns, the newly crowned 3-point king led the way for his team as he scored 39 points, with 9 rebounds and 1 assist as he was followed by D’Angelo Russel as he scored 22 points, 3 rebounds and 7 assists who was then followed by Malik Beasley who scored 20 points.

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Warriors vs Wolves Highlights

In an inadequate effort to get the dub, the Warriors were led by Stephen Curry who scored 34 points 4 assists and 5 rebounds as he was followed by Damion Lee who scored 15 points and then Gary Payton II who scored 14 points.

Let us now take a look at the reactions people on twitter had to the tweet put out by Pat Beverley.

Twitter Reacts to Tweet put up by Patrick Beverley calling out the NBA

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