Mom of NBA's Patrick Beverley Wins Two Cars on The Price Is Right — and He's Really Thrilled
Forget the excitement surrounding the NBA playoffs. Los Angeles Clippers Guard Patrick Beverley just experienced something way more exhilarating — thanks to his “moms.”
Like, two cars, a six-night trip to Madagascar and $1,000 in cash for a total prize package valued at $41,000, big.
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“Moms won price is right!!! Is litttt!!!! Let me hold one of those cars mama!!!!” Patrick Beverley tweeted after the show aired Wednesday.
“Wow is all I can say is wow!!! She really won!!! I’m hyped like it was a playoff game!!!” he added in another tweet.
So how did she do it?
It all started with the “Let ’em Roll” game, where an enthusiastic Lisa — wearing a red short-sleeve “NBA mom” T-shirt with the Clippers’ logo on it — did the impossible and rolled five matching rolls, winning a $13,000 Nissan Versa-S.
“Ahhh I got a car!” Lisa screamed as her family and friends cheered her on from the audience.
From there, Lisa’s luck just kept rolling along. She spun the big wheel and earned a bonus $1,000 in cash by landing on the coveted $1 space to beat her fellow opponent’s spin of $0.95 (a move that brought him to the floor in shock).
Then it was on to the “Showcase Showdown,” where she picked up a trip to Madagascar and another car.
Patrick, meanwhile, hasn’t always been as lucky. The Clippers star had to miss the rest of last season — his first with the team — when he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee to repair a lateral meniscus, NBA.com reported. The Clippers did not qualify for NBA playoffs this year, which are happening now.
Prior to that, Patrick spent five season with the Houston Rockets.