DALLAS – When the LA Clippers visit the American Airlines Center on Tuesday night, Patrick Beverley will not meet the fan of Dallas Mavericks, whose excitement at the start of the season played a prominent role in the Fiery Guard's ejection.
Sources reported to ESPN Don Knobler, a fan known for his extravagant wardrobe and long-time Mavericks home game, has been banned from the arena for the remainder of the season after an investigation by Beverley's report on their interaction had confirmed.
Clippers guard Patrick Beverley accuses a Mavericks fan who is sitting in the hallway on Sunday to berate his mother and told him to curse the man during a game interruption early in the fourth quarter with a punchy rebound.
According to the fans, the fans complained that Knobler had been inappropriate. Other players also forced opposing players.
Beverley was ejected when he lost to Unce Pass at Knobler, who was at baseline near the Bank of LA after a 2-0 loss to Clippers on Dec. 2 in Dallas. After the game, Beverley said Knobler told him, "F– your mother!" on two different occasions, calling for his reaction.
Knobler told ESPN after the game that he had said "Beverly" to Beverley during the exchange after Clippers guard Dennis Smith Jr.'s elbow had hit the Mav's tooth.
Knobler denied the use of obscenities.
"I told the referee, I said safety," Beverley told reporters after the game. "I mean, I've never been kicked out of a game since I was in the NBA, you know, I play hard, of course I play inside the lines, of course I play within the rules, I'm in My career in the NBA has never been thrown out, but I'm a grown man, I have morals, of course, God comes first, the family is the second for me, and I stand behind them.
I can say that, "F – you, Beverley "accepting" F – you, Pat, "but outside of my dam line anyone who knows me, man, I know that I'm a family child and there are some things that are unacceptable after I told the refs "I told the security, the Dallas security, told both of them and he said it again, so if nobody controls the fans, what should we do as players?"
Knobler, who has been the Dallas champion over the Clippers did not participate in a Mavs game, gave no e message left on his business Tuesday The Mavs refused to comment on Knobler's suspension from the arena.
The NBA announced on December 4 that Beverley was fined $ 25,000 for throwing a ball at a spectator.