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NBA Playoffs 2019: Kevin Durant and Patrick Beverley get ejected in Warriors' Game 1 win

Patrick Beverley and Kevin Durant
Patrick Beverley and Kevin Durant (Getty Images)

In the matter of 20 seconds, Kevin Durant and Patrick Beverley received two double technicals for getting into it, subsequently getting ejected from Game 1 of the Warriors-Clippers first-round series.

The first double technicals were called when the duo got into it as KD looked to complete a fastbreak and got fouled.

A couple of possessions later, the reigning two-time Finals MVP picked up Beverley at halfcourt as he was bringing the ball and things got chippy.

In the post-game interview, here's what Steve Kerr had to say about the ejections:

This was Durant's second career postseason ejection, whereas, it's Beverley's third.

Both these teams face off in Game 2 at the Oracle Arena on Monday from 10:30pm ET.

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