Draymond Green sends NSFW message to Warriors’ championship doubters

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Draymond Green, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and the Warriors have spent the last two seasons hearing they have been washed. Made food. Done. Dynasty passed.

The Warriors’ trio have noted disrespect and cataloged the list of doubters and critics in their minds. In the first episode of his new podcast “The Draymond Green Show,” Green sent a message to all those who have poured dirt on the Warriors’ grave over the past two seasons, with a warning not to let the 12-2 Warriors hoist another Larry O’Brien Trophy.

“In these times, a lot of f – king people wrote us off,” Green said. “The dynasty is over. Draymond is washed, he can not do it, he can not do it. Steph Curry has no help. He can not carry a team. You go down the list. You must know that disrespect is incredible otherwise. , Klay keeps talking about it. Klay does not talk about any f – king thing. Klay does not even talk about f – king.

“Hey man, there’s a lot of basketball left to be played. I’m not going to sit here and behave like a man, we’re sitting in first place in game 60. It’s game 15. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. What I do know is that we have a damn good team. And we will keep growing. We will get Klay back. We will [James] Wiseman back. And those are two, there are two more important parts of what we are trying to rebuild here. And I think if we can keep working, we can give ourselves a real chance. And boy, let’s not win a f-king championship because you have to f-king hear it from me. “

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The Warriors have been the best team through the early part of the NBA season and have just spoken out with a 117-99 victory over the Brooklyn Nets, where Curry lost 37 points.

However, Golden State still does not get much respect for its 12-2 start, with many experts and analysts pointing to the Warriors’ soft opening plan as a reason why they came hot out of the gates.

As Green noted, it did not fit well with the normally quiet Thompson.

“I love it. I love it,” Thompson told Sports Illustrated’s Howard Beck about people who think the Warriors’ start is a mirage. “I hope people keep doubting us. I saw someone on TV the other day talking about, ‘The Warriors are not challenging because they’ve had a soft program.’ Buddy, we got MVP, a defender of the year. That kind of disrespect bothers me. We have so many masters, guys who have done it in the most stressful moments, and you still want to question our abilities? I love it. But no matter what. That’s what talking heads become. paid to do. “

If the Warriors end the season bathing in confetti in June, you can bet Green, Thompson and Curry will have more than a few arrows to sling at those who buried them prematurely.

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