The Los Angeles Clippers opened the season with a 5-2 record, but nothing has gone right since then. And point guard Patrick Beverley is rightfully furious about it. Following the team’s 107-85 shortcoming to the New York Knicks, Beverley said he was “pissed off” and challenged the starters to play harder. Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times shared Beverley’s comments after the Clippers’ nine straight loss. “THIS … FEELS LIKE 100 LOSSES. STRAIGHT UP. THIS … IS WEAK. THIS AIN’T HOW I ROLL. THAT AIN’T OK AND I WON’T ALLOW IT TO BE OK AS LONG AS I’M HERE. THAT’S A FACT.” Beverley added that Los Angeles has been playing like opponents are supposed to tremble at the names on the back of the jerseys. Instead, they’re seeing “Clippers” on the front, and that moniker currently stands for the league’s longest problematic streak.
Patrick Beverley on Clippers skid: 'Feels like 100 losses
Sportsnaut | Nov 21