Draymond Green Isn’t Concerned With The ‘Losers’ And Haters Who Say He’s Fighting With Kevin Durant

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Draymond Green isn’t worried about his little sideline spat with Kevin Durant during the Warriors loss to the Kings on Saturday night, and he thinks you should get over it too.

If you missed it, Green and Durant had a bit of a heated exchange on the sideline during the loss, as frustrations came to a head on the bench as Durant struggled to 10 points on 2-of-10 shooting. That was that, and Green and Durant have moved on and if you still care about it you’re a loser. As for what the argument was all about, Green says you can ask losing teams what it’s all about.

The second part of this is hilarious. I love it. Green doesn’t have time to explain the frustrations of losing to you because his team is winning too much, please go talk to some trash teams about it, because they know the feeling much better than him. This is the latest reminder that Green is the perfect heel for this team.

Except, you know, that the Warriors lost to the Kings and blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA Finals after winning 73 games with the first unanimous MVP in league history. People forget that.

With Kevin Durant and Steph Curry, two of the NBA’s best players but two players that prefer positivity and the adulation of the fans, someone like Green is needed to provide balance. The Warriors need someone to tell us to mind our own business and to tell reporters to go bother some “losing team” about what happens when teammates get mad at each other during a loss.