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Minnesota Timberwolves’ Patrick Beverley fined $30k for ‘excessive use of profanity’

Minnesota Timberwolves guard Patrick Beverley was fined $30,000 by the NBA for inappropriate statements following Tuesday’s game win, including his use of “severe” profanity, it said. was announced on Thursday.

Beverley made his comments to the media during a post-match press conference and on a social media post following the Timberwolves’ 109-104 margin of victory over the LA Clippers on Tuesday to take second place. seven in the Western Conference knockout.

“I told you we were going to the knockouts,” Beverley told reporters after Tuesday’s game. “Most of all of you, you all looked at me like I was crazy when I first said it. I told you.”

Later, when asked what he said to his Clippers teammates after the win, Beverely said, “Let’s take them home.”

He also posted a video on Instagram after the win that contained profanity and has since been deleted.

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John Walker

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