Each NBA team has its own core players and locker room leaders, as well as its own spiritual totem. Like Jordan to the Chicago Bulls and Garnett to the Boston Celtics, the Los Angeles Clippers' mental totem is a guy who averages only 8 points and 6 rebounds per game, and that is the "mad dog" Beverly.
Christmas War cut off James's three-pointer that could equalize the score. This is Beverley's latest victory for the Clippers through defense. It is also his "revenge" for nearly a decade. Beverley was cut by the team because of James joining the Heat, which makes him have a different feeling for James than other players. Moreover, James is the first person in the league. What could be more grassroots than pulling the emperor off the horse? Feeling excited about it?
Beverley is a grassroots player, Harrell is a grassroots player, and even Lowe is a grassroots player. Compared to James and Curry, which can directly change the situation of the league, Beverleys are like weeds. The difference is that these weeds are very wild and are not afraid of gossip and grow wildly.