Seth Greenberg lashes out on Draymond Green behaviour

On ESPN’s Get Up, Seth Greenberg who is an analyst came as a guest and talked about Draymond Green for his action on the court. This was Green's fourth removal of the season.

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For a decade Draymond Green has been one of the leading faces of the Golden State Warriors along with his teammates Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry. He was picked in the 2012 NBA draft. Draymond Green has played an important role for the Golden State Warriors team as they won the NBA title from 2015 to 2022. However, Green's previous on-court outbursts have prompted not just doubts, but genuine worries about his status on the team, sparking viral conversations and intense debate.

On the 27th of March Golden State Warriors game against Orlando Magic saw Draymond Green getting ejection from the match in less than four minutes. Green, who complained about a foul call on teammate Andrew Wiggins, was given two technical fouls and was removed by referee Ron Acosta.

This was Green's fourth removal of the season, and the first since his 16-game ban for a flagrant hit on Phoenix center Jusuf Nurkic on December 12. Green has 15 flagrant fouls and has been ejected 19 times in his career so far. During the post-game press conference, Golden State Warrior head coach Steve Kerr stated, “Too bad. It was unfortunate. He deserved it,” 

In the recent episode of Draymond Green Show, he took full responsibility for the incident and stated “It just can’t happen. I said what I said. I deserved to be kicked out at that point.” 

I don't only blame Draymond, I blame the organization - Seth Greenberg

Even though Green apologised for his behaviour, the basketball world, including veteran broadcaster and former coach Seth Greenberg, was outspoken in their disapproval of the event.

On ESPN’s Get Up, Seth Greenberg who is an analyst came as a guest and talked about Draymond Green for his action on the court. "I mean, look, he can say all he wants about how he understands what he has to do. The problem is he's like the boy who cried wolf. To me, I don't only blame Draymond, I blame the organization".  (Source: PinkVilla).

Greenberg went on to add, "You talk about the dynasty of the Golden State Warriors. It's over, it's done. The Coach who created it is in that locker room and has to take ownership of what's going on. Don't play the dude. He's killing your culture, your identity, and everything that you built." (Source: PinkVilla).

In the current NBA season, Golden State Warrior holds the 10th position in the Western Conference League and aims to get qualified for a play-in position.

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