Patrick Beverley Calls Out Karl-Anthony Towns For Not Helping Rudy Gobert In Scuffle With Draymond Green


In the opening quarter of Tuesday night’s Golden State Warriors-Minnesota Timberwolves game, a scuffle erupted within the first two minutes, with Klay Thompson and Jaden McDaniels aggressively grabbing at one another. The situation escalated as additional players joined the fray, leading to Draymond Green placing Rudy Gobert in a headlock.

Draymond’s behavior was the center of attention, sparking quick reactions from fans, experts and NBA personalities who didn’t hold back when it came to sharing jokes, criticisms and their general opinions. Former Timberwolves guard Patrick Beverley was one of those who voiced his perspective.

Beverley didn’t solely focus on the main players involved but also shifted his attention to Timberwolves big man Karl-Anthony Towns. In his own podcast, Beverley expressed his discontent with Towns for not intervening when Gobert was caught in Draymond’s headlock.

Per Sports Illustrated:


“KAT, bogus as hell. Straight up, and Ant was back there too. Like, for real. You see someone choking your team out, it would’ve been a choking line, every [bleeper] get choked,” Beverley said on his podcast. “And Draymond knew, too. I know Draymond. Draymond knew. He, ‘OK, this is the moment right here, yeah.'”

“Don’t nobody like Rudy anyway,” Beverley continued. “That was the perfect moment to do it. Like, ‘[bleep] it, let me choke Rudy [bleep].’ And you know Draymond, he going for the biggest [bleeper]. That was very strategic.”


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