Patrick Beverley claims he is the LA Clippers best CoD Warzone player

Patrick Beverley LA Clippers (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
Patrick Beverley LA Clippers (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images) /

The LA Clippers’ Patrick Beverley let Twitter know today that he is the best Call of Duty: Warzone player on the team.

News is slow for LA Clippers’ fans and sports fans as a whole. While the NBA is on hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, everyone is finding ways to spend their time. One of the most popular ways right now is Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s Warzone mode, a newly released free-to-play battle royale.

As I and the rest of the world has been playing a lot of Warzone since its release earlier this week, I figured this downtime was as good of a time as any to find out which Clipper player was the best at the game mode. I took to Twitter, asking fans who they think the best player was.

Several responses were given, including Paul George, Landry Shamet, and Terance Mann but then Patrick Beverley chimed in, declaring himself the top dog.

Does that surprise anyone?

OF COURSE, Pat Bev thinks he’s the best at Warzone. Bev is all about winning and I’m sure he is a solid player who helps his team but also doesn’t back down when opponents pop up. I can also guarantee he doesn’t bat an eye when he goes into The Gulag.

If you aren’t familiar with Warzone or the battle royale genre in general, think of Fortnite, Apex or PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. A predetermined number of players drop down on an expansive battlefield and proceed to try and eliminate each other while being the last person or team standing. Some game mechanic (in Warzone’s case, a cloud of poisonous gas) forces players to move to certain locations, bringing enemies into tighter and tighter quarters. There are typically ways players can be brought back from the dead but have their own difficulties in pulling off.

As of now, Warzone only features teams of three players, so working together is pretty key. In Warzone specifically, players that die for the first time enter “The Gulag” and fight one-on-one against another player in order to win the right to be revived. The winner drops back in while the loser is out of the game and must hope a teammate can purchase their way back in using cash found and earned in-game.

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