The tension between Dillon Brooks and Draymond Green has come to a head again, and their latest fight has made their rivalry even stronger. The two NBA players have a long history of yelling at each other and getting into fights on the court, and their jokes about each other off the court are well known.
Draymond Green’s comments on his podcast, in which he called Dillon Brooks an “idiot” and said that his Memphis Grizzlies teammates don’t like him, led to the latest fight in their long-running feud. In response, Brooks made fun of Green’s podcast and brought up a fight Green had with a member of his team, Jordan Poole, not long ago.
Dillon Brooks took the chance to call Green out for being hypocritical and dividing the team by pointing out that Green had no right to talk about his relationship with his teammates when he had a history of violent outbursts towards his team.
Dillon Brooks and Draymond Green have been rivals since the playoff game between their teams the year before, and it doesn’t look like it will end any time soon. However As both teams try to get into the playoffs, fans will be eager to see if their rivalry spills back onto the court.
Brooks and Green’s rivalry is still going strong, so for now, they will have to settle for insulting each other off the court and on social media. The Memphis Grizzlies and the Golden State Warriors are bitter rivals, and their most recent meeting has added to the drama.
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Draymond Green Criticized Brooklyn Nets Owner Joe Tsai on a Recent Episode of His Podcast
Draymond Green criticized Brooklyn Nets owner Joe Tsai on a recent episode of his podcast for turning down a deal that would have sent Kyrie Irving to the Los Angeles Lakers. The eight-time All-Star did this after being sent to the Dallas Mavericks. Green said that the Lakers’ decision not to make a trade for him was “billionaire petty.”
Although Joe Tsai is saying, “Listen, dude, is that where he wants to go? It doesn’t matter to me if they have the best deal or not. I get angry too. Billionaire petty is a type of petty that is its own thing.” He went on to say that there aren’t many people who can compete with billionaire Petty.
Kyrie Irving was expected to be traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in a big deal after he said he wanted to leave Brooklyn. But things didn’t work out the way they were supposed to, so the Brooklyn Nets sent him to the Dallas Mavericks instead. The Lakers are having a hard time this season.
With a 25-31 record and a 13th-place ranking in the Western Conference, they may not make the playoffs for the second year in a row. Many, though, think that what they did right before the trade deadline could change their luck and put them back on the right track.
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