Patrick Beverley was extremely salty and lost his cool at the end of the Western Conference Finals by blatantly shoving Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul in the back after the Suns point guard walked past him to head to the bench.
That cheap shot resulted in a one-game suspension to start next season, but Beverley did apologize for it after the fact.
Not everybody was so forgiving of him and his actions. One fan revealed on Twitter that they sent a message to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver complaining about it.
The Clippers guard saw the post and called the fan out for their cop-like behavior:
Phoenix won 130-103 to clinch the series and its first trip to the NBA Finals since 1993.
A nine-year veteran, Beverley has spent the past four seasons with the Clippers. In 37 regular-season games, including 34 starts, Beverley averaged 7.5 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.5 three-pointers in 2020-21.