Patrick Beverley has opened up about his viral second from the Lakers’ intestine wrenching time beyond regulation loss to the Celtics on Saturday.
When the referees didn’t name a foul on LeBron James’ potential match-winning drive to the rim within the dying seconds with scores tied, Beverley bought maintain of a photographer’s digicam, confirmed the refs the proof of their mistake, and bought a technical for his troubles.
“I’m like ‘does anybody have that?’,” Beverley mentioned on his podcast, referring to a photograph of the foul.
“And I ain’t speaking concerning the iPad the place it’s enjoying dwell, I’m like ‘does anybody have a photograph of it?’”
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When one photographer mentioned sure, he politely requested if he might have a look, earlier than taking off with the digicam and strolling onto the courtroom with it.
“The picture was actually like him laying it up, and hand on arm,” Beverley mentioned. “I’m simply joyful I didn’t drop the digicam as a result of that motherf*cker’s kinda heavy.”
Beverley added that the photographer was a little bit aggravated that he briefly took his digicam away, however mentioned drastic occasions referred to as for drastic measures.