“Disgusting! [Stephen] Curry Does Not Deserve This”: Draymond Green Ejection Triggers 64YO NBA Veteran’s Outrage

After a 12-game suspension and 3 weeks of counseling, looks like the skies weren’t clear yet for Draymond Green.

The Golden State Warriors, who are saving a spot for the play-in, faced the Orlando Magic today, and in a crucial game like this, Green couldn’t control his anger.

The 4x NBA Champion was ejected within the first 4 minutes!

This is not the first time he’s been ejected this season, but today, Stephen Curry looked fed up.

A viral video of the point guard standing in disbelief caught the attention of an NBA icon, who blasted Green for putting his teammate in a spot like this.

Former Phoenix Suns star Eddie Johnson shared his open thoughts about Green’s ejection.

The 64-year-old tweeted, “4 min into a game and puts himself first. Disgusting! Curry does not deserve this. I get it. Just wrong!

 Curry wouldn’t hide his emotions today.

Already, the Warriors are struggling to save their spot for the play-in tournament.

This is his fourth ejection of the season, but luckily, it did not cost a win for the Warriors.

The Warriors defeated Paolo Banchero and Co. by 8 points, 101-93, to extend their winning streak to two.

However, Curry has given a warning to Green ahead of the upcoming games.

‘Whatever it takes’- Stephen Curry in no excuse mode, amid Draymond Green’s mess

Curry wants the best for his team. With Green out, it is not easy for the Warriors to get a win. In the post-game interview, Curry shared with the media, “All I’ll say is we need him.

He knows that. We all know that. So whatever it takes for him to be on the floor and available, that’s what’s gotta happen.” 

The defense of the Warriors collapses when Draymond Green is not on the court.

The 4x champion has the best +/- for the team, despite the mess with the referees.

Green has argued with them in almost all the games this season.

Especially, when he is given a technical, he starts to get frustrated, which leads to an ejection.

The Warriors have 10 games left, and all of it stands crucial to make it to the play-in.

Curry and Co. have managed to win the last two games, but let’s see if they can continue it for the next ten.

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