Warriors’ star Draymond Green is angered by TNT broadcaster Reggie Miller showing partiality towards Lakers’ Anthony Davis
The Golden State Warriors may be done for the season, but they’re never totally out of the conversation. With Stephen Curry nominated as a finalist for the MVP award, and Draymond Green listed as a finalist for DPOY, their names keep popping up. However, Draymond’s name came in a negative light yesterday. In the Lakers’ game against the Suns, Anthony Davis kicked Jae Crowder in the groin area.
This led to a Flagrant 1 foul being assessed to Davis, his first ever in the playoffs. Davis put on a clinic for the rest of the night, leading the Lakers to their first win of the series. He scored 34 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, dished 7 assists, and recorded 3 blocks.
Draymond Green is upset Davis’ kick was labeled ‘unintentional’
Tonight wasn’t the first time a player kicked someone else in the groin in such a fashion. A few years ago, Draymond Green was about to rise up for the shot, when Steven Adams knocked the ball off of his hands. However, since Draymond was already mid-air, his landing got a bit awkward, and he ended up kicking Adams in the groin. He was criticized by a lot of people for ‘unsportsman’-like behavior. Reggie Miller was one of those people as well.
However, when the same happened tonight with Anthony Davis, Miller labeled it as ‘unintentional’. This did not sit right with Draymond. He took it to his Twitter to criticize the former great.
So it’s unintentional now @ReggieMillerTNT ? You referenced me as if mines was also unintentional? None of y’all said that during the time 🤔 Clarify your point? Would love to know….
— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) May 26, 2021
With the season cut short for the Warriors, Draymond and the team are back to the drawing board to figure out the best plan to utilize the cherry years of Stephen Curry’s career.