It’s been just two weeks since Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green punched teammate Jordan Poole during practice.
Green got a lot of backlash given the nature of the punch – it came close range after the two words were exchanged.
But the 11-year-old veteran isn’t worried about the backlash – frankly because he hasn’t even read the words against him.
“I don’t really read a lot of tweets,” Green said on NBA on TNT Tuesday night, via TMZ Sports. “And, so I was just chilling at home with my kids. If you want me to be honest with you, I still don’t know how much the world can think this has blown up.”
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Green called the incident “one of [his] worst times”, but he was advised to “look at all the good sides”.
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He was fined for the punch and voluntarily walked away from the team for a few days – he was not suspended.
Poole recently signed a four-year extension with the team, so Green and Poole better work out their differences, if they haven’t already.
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If there’s one thing that can help, it’s winning – again. Green and Poole won the NBA championship last season — Green’s fourth, Poole’s first — and they will begin their quest to repeat Tuesday night at 10 p.m. against the Los Angeles Lakers.