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Danny Green Rips Patrick Beverley Over Chris Paul Criticism: ‘You’re a Cone, Too’

On the latest episode of his podcast Inside the Green Room, Philly shooting guard Danny Green offered up a fiery response to Patrick Beverley’s recent comments on Chris Paul. “People target you too, Pat Bev,” Green said as seen in the clip below. “You ain’t playing no fucking defense out there. You ain’t stopping Luka [Dončić]. It’s time and time again I see Luka call your ass ‘little man’ and ‘he’s too fucking small’ and go right at you every chance he got. When you play Luka you’re a cone, too. How would you like that? … Put that out there, I’ll say it twice.”
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What Chris Paul can't do

Chris Paul getting hurt, unlucky, or both, is a kind of annual sports tragedy. This is not to suggest the man hasn't, as they say, "choked" — like anyone who has played 142 playoff games, sometimes the intensity of the springtime basketball spotlight has shown us moments of mental and spiritual paralysis from Paul, with the only thing stopping him from taking the victory in front of him being some ineffable inner torment that prevents his stepping calmly into higher success. This has happened with Chris Paul before, yes, but much less often than people suggest, and for the past several years, the 37-year-old has come up against the limits of his body more often than he has stumbled over more metaphysical hurdles. The plausible, corresponding "what if" scenarios of the body have really piled up; we can reasonably entertain what might have happened with his teams had he been able to stay whole in 2016, 2018, 2019 and 2021.
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Danny Green Defends Chris Paul, Patrick Beverley Responds

Minnesota Timberwolves veteran Patrick Beverly has spent a lot of time on ESPN this week. And after the Phoenix Suns took on the biggest loss of the playoffs during their Game 7 matchup against the Dallas Mavericks, Beverly had a lot of criticism aimed towards Suns veteran guard Chris Paul due to ...
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Focus should be on Chris Paul after Suns’ unexplained collapse

The Suns were supposed to be like the 2004 Red Sox and the 2016 Cubs. They were our deliverance. Our ghostbusters. Our roundball saviors. They were destined to the break the curse in the Valley following a decade of competitive dysfunction, which followed a decade of playoff torment and heartbreak. They had a commanding 2-0 series lead against the Mavericks in the Western Conference Semifinals, an opponent they had beaten 11 consecutive times.

Chris Paul reveals his retirement plans

Despite the infamous end of the season and a convincing defeat in the seventh game of the semifinals of the Western Conference of the NBA Playoffs by the Dallas Mavericks, Chris Paul, an experienced Phoenix Suns playmaker, said that this was not the last match of his career. "You play...
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76ers' Danny Green unloads on Patrick Beverley for Chris Paul comments

One NBA player has had about enough of Patrick Beverley’s "haterade tour." In this week’s episode of his “Inside the Green Room” podcast, Philadelphia 76ers veteran Danny Green went in on the Minnesota Timberwolves guard Beverley, who has recently been criticizing Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul. In a series of fiery remarks on TV, Beverley called Paul a “cone” defensively and mocked Paul for getting cooked by Dallas Mavericks star Luka Doncic.
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Patrick Beverley Claims He Destroyed Chris Paul At The LeBron James Camp: "I Got A Taste Of Chris Paul At The LeBron James Camp, I Destroyed Him. Ask LeBron, Ask Chris"

It is safe to say that Patrick Beverley had a lot to get out of his chest regarding Chris Paul, after Paul and his Phoenix Suns crashed out of the NBA playoffs after losing to the Dallas Mavericks in 7 games in the Conference Semifinals. Beverley claimed that everyone knows that attacking Chris Paul is the way to beat the Suns and that they won't go to the NBA Finals next season either.
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