Draimond Green has had enough of fans claiming to fight without Stephen Curry at his side. This year the Splash brothers, Curry and Clay Thompson, couldn’t be with the Warriors. Curry has only played five games in the season after breaking his left arm at the start of the campaign, while Kly has been sidelined in the 2019 NBA final against the Toronto Raptors.
This circumstance resulted in the death of the team with the worst record in the league prior to the suspension last month. The Warriors only bet on a group of young players, as well as Draimond Green, D’Angelo Russell and then Wiggins, who ended up in the bay in front of D’Lo.
NBA fans were very critical of Draimond and pointed out that he couldn’t do anything without Steph, but Draimond got tired of the comments. Green applauded for the critics and bravely compared himself to none other than Michael Jordan. In a recent interview with UNINTERRUPTED, a powerful attacker was very well received.
Draimond Green applauds as a reaction to critics who say he fights without All Stars.
Michael Jordan fought without Scotty Pippen. Will you come to me?
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– NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) 22. April 2020.
Michael Jordan fought without Scotty Pippen. Will you come to me? He says.
Clearly, this team needs all its stars to succeed. Just as these bulls need seeds to bring it all together, Curry, Thompson and Green need each other to make this team competitive. The trio led the Warriors to a record 73-9 for the 2015/16 season, which should say a lot about their importance on the list.
Nevertheless, Draimond is brave enough to compare himself to Jordan, but we understand what is important.