Draymond Green signs max deal with Warriors

Well it looks like the Warriors did not want Draymond Green’s looming free agency to be yet another distracting storyline as they attempt to shift into the next phase of continuing their dynasty post KD. According to Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN the Warriors signed their defensive captain and leader to a four-year $100 million maximum contract. With the signing of Green, the Warriors have the services of three stalwarts – Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson – secured through at least 2022.

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Draymond Green checks ESPN’s Mike Greenberg

ESPN radio host Mike Greenberg ( who once on air referred to Dr. Martin Luther King as Martin Luther Coon) decided that  instagram was the best place to offer his take on the recent comments by Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green in regards to talk on the officiating in their series with the Houston Rockets. In the comment section of a post from espn that featured a video in which Green was discussing how he thought that the two teams were not as vocal about the officiating in game 2.…

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Draymond Green to return to Warriors lineup Monday

According to Nick Friedell, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said that forward Draymond Green will play Monday when the team takes on the Minnesota Timberwolves. Green had been sidelined with a toe injury ( one that flared up conviently right after the dustup with Kevin Durant)and had missed the previous ten contests.

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The Draymond and KD beef could be the premature end of the Warriors

The recent dust-up between Golden State Warriors’ stars Draymond Green and Kevin Durant has provided hope for the rest of the NBA. It gave other teams and their fanbases ( as well as sports media outlets something to talk about) a glimmer of encouragement that perhaps the end of the Warriors’ dynasty will come sooner than anticipated and not from defeat ,injuries, or even age but potentially from internal strife.   Granted anyone who played sports at a competitive level above middle school knows that teammates getting into tifs is…

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MRI for Draymond Green comes back clean, no timetable for his return

Golden State Warriors All-Star forward has been dealing with knee soreness over the past few days. The rash of recent injuries- to players like the Dallas Mavericks’ Harrison Barnes, who’s tweaked hamstring has him ” expected to be out ” a while and the Chicago Bulls’ Lauri Markkanen out six to eight weeks with an elbow strain and guard Zach LaVine suffering a thigh contusion- will likely lead the Warriors to be cautious with bringing their Swiss Army knife forward back. To bolster that point, the team does not have an…

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Warriors-Wizards Scuffle Aftermath: Draymond, Bradley Beal, Kelly Oubre fined, Morris and Felix suspended

Sunday the NBA meted out punishment for the players involved in the scuffle Friday during the Warriors and Wizards game. Draymond Green and Bradley Beal fight to the ground in the 2nd quarter pic.twitter.com/AEucXIeS8I — Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) October 28, 2017 The incident began when Wizards’ guard Bradley Beal grabbed Warriors ‘ forward Draymond Green around the neck. The two locked up and tumbled out of bounds and into camera row. Beal was kicked out of the game for initiating the scuffle and was fined $50,000. Green was fined…

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A Look at the Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit PE

We covered Draymond Green debuting 2017 Hyperdunk Flyknit in Game 1 of this year’s NBA finals. Today we are taking a look at another colorway for the Warriors’ star. This PE features a white Flyknit upper, with only a blue swoosh breaking up the upper’s monochromatic aesthetic. A white midsole featuring the React cushioning system sits underneath the upper and the white pressure-mapped outsole finishes the look of this sneaker. Should the series make it back to Oracle Arena, we will see Draymond Green in these or the grey he…

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Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit Debuted in Game 1 of NBA Finals

This Nike React Hyperdunk 2017 Flyknit was introduced to the world by Golden State Warriors’ Forward Draymond Green in game 1 of the NBA Finals. Green had this to say when asked about debuting the shoe: To be the first to wear the latest Hyperdunk means the world to me, we’re talking about Nike Basketball here, the biggest athletes in the world and being the first one to actually try this new technology is amazing. Mom, I made it. When you’re talking about Nike, you’re talking things that last for…

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Draymond Green arrested 

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was arrested Sunday in East Lansing Michigan on assault charges. According to the police: ,” It was basically an altercation between two guys. There are no injuries. He was released on a $200 bond on Sunday.” The Golden State Warriors released the following statement: “We are aware of news involving Draymond Green in Michigan over the weekend, At this point, we are collecting information and will have no further comment until we have a better understanding of the situation.” If he is convicted, Green…

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Warriors’ Green suspended for Game 5

When the NBA Finals reconvenes Monday, Draymond Green and I will have the same vantage point for taking in the action- in front of the television. That is because the Warriors’ power forward was suspended after being hit with a flagrant-1 for his actions in Game 4. This gave him his 4th flagrant foul point of the post season, which brings an automatic one game suspension.  Late in game 4, Green and Lebron James got tangled up and Green fell down. James stepped over him and it appears Green swung…

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