Pat Bev terms Draymond Green & himself TOP trash talkers in the league | NBA Today

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Patrick Beverley joins Malika Andrews and Kendrick Perkins on NBA Today to name their top trash talkers in the NBA.

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In This Story: Malika Andrews

Malika Andrews is an NBA reporter on ESPN covering the league nationally, whose work appears across ESPN platforms including, SportsCenter and ESPN Radio. She makes appearances on ESPN shows like Around the Horn and The Jump.

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