WATCH: “It’s me n*gga!” LEAKED audio reveals Draymond Green’s trash talk against Kevin Durant and Jusuf Nurkic
Draymond Green has been under constant scanner this season, and had another altercation with Kevin Durant and Jusuf Nurkic.
Draymond Green taunting Kevin Durant (ESPN)
In a recent heated matchup of the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns, tensions ran high between Draymond Green and opponents Jusuf Nurkic and Kevin Durant. Green’s trademark competitiveness and intensity were on full display as he made the Suns’ offense helpless with his extraordinary defensive efforts.
The game hit its peak intensity when Green, fed up after numerous fouls and sharp exchanges, fiercely confronted Nurkic. His outburst was a clear sign of his intolerance for Nurkic’s “soft play”. The verbal sparring continued, with Devin Booker also exchanging words with Green, underscoring the high stakes and the intense pressure within the larger context of the nail-biting game.
The climax of the game saw an extraordinary defensive effort by Green, who managed to get a stop on Kevin Durant in the final seconds, securing a narrow 113-112 victory. Green’s exuberant celebration and then trash-talking Durant captured the essence of his fiery character perfectly. He screamed in Durant’s face, even when the superstar merely walked away in disappointment:
It's me n*gga! It's me n*gga! F*ck is wrong with you? (Durant walks away, uninterested in the confrontation) P*ssy!
Despite being closely defended by KD, Bradley Beal, and Devin Booker in the last 3.3 seconds, Curry spun and made the three with only 7 tenths of a second remaining. Next, the Suns turned to Durant, but Draymond’s excellent defense thwarted any chance of him even getting a good look.
Kuminga, Dray and Wiggs shine again: Is this the comeback the Warriors were looking for?
The Golden State Warriors, with their recent string of victories, are hinting at a much-awaited resurgence. At the heart of this potential revival is not just Stephen Curry but also the significantly evolved contributions from Jonathan Kuminga, Draymond Green, and Andrew Wiggins.
Steph continues to carry the Warriors every now and then, dazzling fans with his sharpshooting and game-changing plays. Curry’s clutch 33-footer against the Phoenix Suns secured the Warriors’ fourth straight victory. However, the narrative of Curry’s solo heroics is being rewritten this season, as Kuminga, Green, and Wiggins step up to share the spotlight.
Kuminga shone brightly against the Brooklyn Nets, adding 28 points and helping the team recover from a slow start. Draymond Green has avoided technical fouls post-suspension, showcasing brilliant defensive efforts. Similarly, Andrew Wiggins recently led a blowout against the Philadelphia 76ers with 21 points, and 10 rebounds on 64.3% from the field.
Curry remains the Warriors’ driving force, yet the evolving support from teammates heralds a new, promising phase. Their collective synergy, blending Curry’s unmatched skills with the supporting cast’s growing contributions, could very well signify the start of a significant Warriors comeback.
In Case You Missed:
- “Outweigh me by 70 pounds and got put in the rim!” Draymond Green SAVAGELY quips at Jusuf Nurkic getting dominated at the post
- “Draymond was in his head,” Steph Curry calls Jusuf Nurkic’s complaints ‘idiotic’ after beef with teammate Draymond Green
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