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Draymond Green snapchat video controversy revealed, Warriors forward deletes post featuring 118 mph speeding

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Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors seems to be living life on the edge. The NBA star recently posted a video on snapchat which highlighted him driving a BMW at 118 mph, however, he went on to delete the video later.

Although the video did not highlight the driver, it is speculated that the man behind the wheel was indeed Green of the Warriors. The road appears to be in the San Francisco Bay Area and the video was shot from the perspective of the driver, thus hiding the face, of whom actually is driving the car.

The post created a huge buzz on social media freaking out people, whose main concern was why would Draymond Green choose to share such a video? Following the social media upheaval, Green was later seen deleting the video from his page, as reported by TMZ.

The theory of Green being the driver of the 118 mph BMW got, even more, steam since the 26-year-old shared another video earlier on the same Snapchat story. The NBA star was seen in a car which looked similar to the car on the speeding video. Although it’s still unclear if the car is the same one.

The Warriors meanwhile have expressed that they will be having a chat with Draymond regarding the video.

“We are aware of the video and will discuss it with Draymond after tonight’s game,” The Warriors said, as reported by insidebayarea.com.

Draymond Green has featured in 69 games for the Golden State Warriors this season averaging 13.7 points per game with 9.6 rebounds and 7.4 assists. Green has a “Player Impact Estimate” of 13.5, according to NBA.com.

Picture courtesy: Keith Allison/Wikipedia.org

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