‘Wild’ Draymond Green points to the one scenario where he and LeBron James could team up in the future

Draymond Green shares a 'wild' take regarding long-time rival, LeBron James.


‘Wild’ Draymond Green points to the one scenario where he and LeBron James could team up in the future

Draymond Green and LeBron James

Draymond Green, the Golden State Warriors‘ star PF, frequently shared his thoughts on the NBA, its players, and coaches via his podcast or other podcast platforms. Similarly, he discussed one of the NBA’s legendary players, LeBron James, on The Point Game Podcast, which was hosted by John Wall.

On the Point Game Podcast, Green explained his respect and admiration for LeBron James in the sport. He also further claimed that how James is part of his family and that he never takes his ‘brothers’ for credit. Green and James have been performing in the NBA for more than 15 years and have developed a brotherly bond despite being fierce rivals on the court.

Green was questioned whether the NBA fans may get to see him and James play on the same team in the NBA in the future. Green quickly shared his ‘wild response’ on the Point Game Podcast.

Unless LeBron comes to Golden State I don’t see that happening.
Draymond Green said

This is somewhat of an atrocious demand made by Green for James to accept.

On the sports front, LeBron James and Draymond Green have long been fierce opponents in the NBA. Furthermore, the two have had numerous hot occasions on the court, which have resulted in fights. However, the two superstars have tremendous admiration for each other in the sport.

Draymond Green offers a truthful confession regarding LeBron James’ 2016 NBA Finals conflict

Draymond Green discussed the 2016 NBA Finals with Shaquille O’Neal on ‘The BIG Podcast’ and revealed some unpleasant realities. Green was assessed for a technical foul with a little over two minutes left in the game after attempting to mimic James on purpose.

I tried to hit LeBron and I got suspended for Game 5 of the Finals... and you damn right I tried to hit him. You step over me I'm a grown *** man.
On the ‘Big Podcast”, Draymond Green said

However, the closeness of the game, especially with the Warriors leading 2-1 and on the approach of securing a 3-1 series lead, increased the heated atmosphere, which was marked by dissatisfaction and fatigue.

In 2016, LeBron James was blazing for the Cleveland Cavaliers, scoring 25 points, 13 rebounds, and 9 assists in game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Golden State Warriors. According to StatMuse, James averaged 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds, and 8.9 assists in seven games in the 2016 NBA Finals.

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