Draymond Green apologizes for controversial snapchat post

Draymond Green apologizes for controversial snapchat post

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green got involved in a controversy once again. This came after he posted something unusual in his Snapchat account.

Just last month, Green was arrested for assault against a man in Conrad’s grill. The person is Jermaine Edmondson. He is a defensive backer for Michigan State.

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The Snapchat post that Draymond posted shows a picture of a penis. This is really undesirable for a professional player to do.

According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN, Green has immediately apologized for the act that he did. He certainly needs to apologize since he currently represents team USA in the Olympics.

Draymond added that he did not intentionally commit the act.

“I kinda hit the wrong button and it sucks that it was meant to be private”, Green said.

After his picture was deleted, the wide-bodied big posted other thoughts on Twitter.



Before this, the 26-year-old also got involved in an altercation with Lebron James. This happened during the game four of the 2016 NBA Finals. The incident has given Green a one-game suspension by the league.

The league suspended Green for he appeared to hit James in the groin.

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Golden State had a 3-1 lead before the suspension happened. This incident has ultimately affected the Warriors as they lost in game five. The fifth game is really crucial since Cleveland gained momentum en route to coming back and winning the title.

However, the Warriors had an unbelievable 2015-2016 regular season. This is because they won 73 games. They also beat the previous record of most wins in an NBA season set by the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls made the record at 72 wins during the 1995-1996 season.

The Warriors could have been the greatest team had they won the championship.

Draymond is primarily a point-forward who plays multiple positions. He mostly operates inside the paint as he anchors the Warriors’ offense and defense.

He averaged 15.4 points per game, 9.9 rebounds per game and 6.0 assists per game last season.

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