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Video: Clippers’ Patrick Beverley talks trash to Warriors fans as they leave Chase Center early during blowout

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The Los Angeles Clippers convincingly won over the Golden State Warriors on Thursday night. Patrick Beverley wanted to make sure that every Warriors fan at the Chase Center would be witness to their team’s first loss of the season.

The feisty point guard was seen taunting Warriors fans who were leaving the lopsided beating his Clippers were giving the Dubs, which wound up with a final score of 141-122:

Warriors fans don’t exactly have fond memories when it comes to Beverley. The way he guarded Kevin Durant during the first round of the 2019 playoffs must have frustrated them to no end. Beverley’s outspoken attitude and defensive energy took the series to new heights and helped made it more competitive. His energy was so important that it became one of the playoffs’ defining moments.

Given his attitude and hustle, any team would love to have Beverley. He’s the heart and soul of the team, and his ability to defend elite guards and wings will be important for the Clippers’ championship hopes.

Meanwhile, this is territory Warriors fans haven’t been in for a while. Golden State has thrived for most of this decade, but all good things must come to an end. Kevin Durant’s summer departure signaled the end of the dynasty. Their first game was so bad that Draymond Green blatantly said how awful they were in an expletive-laden rant.

Of course, there are still 81 games to play, and the Warriors have enough quality about them to make the playoffs. Patrick Beverley just so happens to get the final laugh on Dubs fans this time, though, and probably man opposing fans this season.