The NBA has defensive players who punish opponents. For the Warriors, power forward Draymond Green relishes in this kind of aggressiveness.
Draymond Green has a reputation for trash-talking. Despite this, his basketball IQ helps make the Warriors a dominating powerhouse.
The Hall of Famer didn’t hold back any barbs in response to Green saying he would have been destroyed in the pick-and-roll.
Draymond Green thinks Charles Barkley is jealous of his success. so the TNT basketball analyst fired back in vintage Charles Barkley fashion.
Draymond Green is one of the most outspoken players in the NBA. He didn’t hold back ripping Michael Jordan for not sticking up for Scottie Pippen.
Following Green’s strong response back, the Hall of Famer has issued another shot directed at the Warriors forward.
Draymond Green is furious with TNT basketball analyst Charles Barkley over a remark that has gone viral this season.
Golden State is looking well beyond this season with their eyes fixated on potentially adding another star talent to the roster.
There are countless stories of NBA stars acquiring millions and then wasting at least some of it. A notable example involves Draymond Green.
There has been one bright side in the Golden State Warriors’ season, and Draymond Green recently spoke about it.
Golden State is working their way through a tough season, but their prospects for next year could be a scary high.
Draymond Green and Kevin Durant aren’t teammates anymore, but Green still took issue with a KD comment about his time with the Warriors.
Draymond Green recently commented about how the media labels certain players as “draft busts.” Why doesn’t Green like the term?
Draymond Green joined his friend Phil Hellmuth for a high stakes game of poker on Poker After Dark on Tuesday night. Here are the highlights.
Draymond Green signing an extension with the Warriors is a smart move for him, but it ruins the NBA free agency market in 2020.
Many NBA players think Draymond Green is dirty, and his actions on the court often result in fines and suspensions.
The lottery gets all the love in the NBA draft, but these seven players overcame their draft slot to become the best second-round picks ever.