Bucks' Beverley Sparks Controversy: Throws Balls at Pacers Fans During Playoff Exit

Photo: Instagram/Patrick Beverley

Milwaukee Bucks guard Patrick Beverley sparked controversy during the team's elimination from the NBA playoffs by the Indiana Pacers.

In a tense moment during Game 6, Beverley was caught on camera throwing a ball at a female Pacers fan, striking her in the head.

He then proceeded to aggressively throw a ball at another fan nearby, escalating the situation further. Despite the incident, Beverley remained in the game, but did not return after the altercation.

Photo: Instagram/Patrick Beverley

The NBA is expected to take action against Beverley for his actions, although he was not ejected from the game. The Bucks' loss to the Pacers marked the end of a disappointing playoff run for Milwaukee, who had hoped to extend their season after a strong performance in Game 5.

The absence of star player Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was sidelined with a calf injury, further weakened the Bucks' chances. Following the game, Beverley congratulated the Pacers on their victory but made no mention of the incident involving the fans.

As the Pacers move on to face either the New York Knicks or the Philadelphia 76ers in the next round, the Bucks are left to ponder a challenging offseason, including decisions regarding Beverley's impending free agency and the team's future direction.


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