Friday night after the Western Conference Playoff Game 3 between the Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Patrick Beverley was about to do some damage to a fan but cooler heads pulled him away before it turned into a Ron Artest riot at the Palace.
Check this out playa, durin’ the first half of the game Beverley falls out of bounds and lands at the feet of a fan sittin’ near the basket. The fan in question has been identified as a dun named Stuart Scaramucci, son of Thunder minority owner, Jay Scaramucci.
When ole boy fell at the dun’s feet Beverley immediately jumps up and tells the ref that this cat was out of line. So it’s obvious that he said something to him that was foul! The video doesn’t show him hittin’ him or anything like that. So he must have said something crazy.
Let’s keep it real or all the way 100, whichever comes 1st! Once Beverley jumped up real quick you simply thought that it was just an idiot fan talkin’ crazy and that was it. Then ole boy plays the ENTIRE game and goes back over there to settle up with this cat. Now everybody that looks like me begins to understand that the dun didn’t just say something that your typical fan would say.
Naw playa…for ole boy to go back over there AFTER the game means that he must have said the ultimate word to him or something very close. I’ve been travelin’ the world in this skin for 50 years and there’s ONLY one word that will make a boy square up after the game. I’m just sayin’!
Nobody is sayin’ what the dun actually said but folks that look like me don’t need for a boy to tell them what he said. Patrick Beverley’s reaction says it all. And the dun that he’s beefin’ with is the minority owner’s son. How sad is that bruh? Can you say privilege? Can you say entitlement? Can you say down right rude and obnoxious? Yeah playa say all of them.
Sit in the cut and it’ll eventually come out. It’s a darn shame that a boy can’t just play the game and fall out of bounds without havin’ to deal with that type of foolishness.
And let’s keep this real playboy, they’re only talkin’ about doin’ an investigation because it’s one of the owner’s sons. What do you have to investigate? Just ask the dun what he said and you’ve solved the riddle bruh. But that question isn’t goin’ to be asked because it’ll look bad on the organization for the one of the owner’s sons to be involved in that type of foolishness. Then we’re on some LA Clippers type foolishness all over again and the league sure doesn’t want that. Stop me when I start lyin’!
1) Dun: noun – the person in question, dude, guy, etc. It’s whoever I’m talkin’ about and its non-gender specific.
The G is excluded from the endings of all words because the G is near and dear to my heart because I’m from “The G” which is Gary, Indiana. So I only use the G when I’m talkin’ about “The G!”
The captions under the photos aren’t real but they’re real talk!