“Your 2017 Warriors was already the 2nd best team I played against” Richard Jefferson roasts Draymond Green for outrageous take on 98 Bulls


“Your 2017 Warriors was already the 2nd best team I played against” Richard Jefferson roasts Draymond Green for outrageous take on 98 Bulls

Richard Jefferson, Michael Jordan and Draymond Green

Richard Jefferson is back in the NBA headlines as he ripped apart Draymond Green for his overconfident and dumb take on the 1998 Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz teams. Everyone around the league is well aware with the fact that how big of a troll RJ is and genuinely he is that guy who has hilarious responses to anything and everything. This time Draymond Green messed up as he got listed on Richard Jefferson’s troll list for one of his odd takes and even the critical fans have stepped in to criticize and troll the former DPOY.

Draymond Green at a press conference
Draymond Green at a press conference

Draymond Green via a tweet from his personal Twitter handle claimed that the 2017 Golden State Warriors which had him, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant can beat the 1998 Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz. The Bulls in 98 had Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Toni Kukoc and also Steve Kerr who is now the head coach of the Golden State Warriors. While the Jazz in 98 had Karl Malone, John Stockton, Jeff Hornacek and other great talents too. The way of playing the game was surely different and the former DPOY may think he has a chance but the reality can be very disappointing for him. As both, the teams have players who’ll try their best and even die on the court to make sure they are on the winning end and of course, we all know about the greats of The Mailman and Black Jesus.

In the tweet, Draymond Green wrote: “I’m watching the 98 Bulls vs Utah in the Finals… I can’t help but notice our 2017 team would’ve beaten these Bulls by a dub and these Jazz by 40 if they’re going to play these brands of basketball. And that’s why it’s dumb to compare Era’s.” This hasn’t aged well for many names around the league and even the fans. But Richard Jefferson is leading them all as he trolled the Warriors’ Defensive Expert who just got his fourth ring. Richard Jefferson didn’t hold himself back a bit as he was down for business and even took a shot at Green by mentioning how he’s going to be all over the headlines on Monday for saying it on Sunday afternoon.

Chicago Bulls
Chicago Bulls

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Richard Jefferson trolls Draymond Green for claiming the 2017 Warriors to be better than the 1998 Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz

Richard Jefferson
Richard Jefferson

Richard Jefferson retweeting Draymond Green’s disrespectful tweet which looked more like a shot towards Michael Jordan and Karl Malone’s team wrote: “Bro your 2017 team is the 2nd best team I played against BUT LETS CALM DOWN🤣🤣🤣!! Also, I like the move of this text on Sunday afternoon. EVERY SHOW TOMORROW “ Draymond SAID WHAT” 😂😂😂” Like every time internet and Richard Jefferson won this online battle as he clowned the former DPOY who was senselessly claiming wins for a match-up which will never happen while knowing it’s just a dumb move to do so.

Draymond Green at the press conference
Draymond Green

Richard Jefferson also disrespected the 2017 Golden State Warriors team by calling them the second-best team he has played against. He didn’t mention the first one on his list. But he’s not wrong to say that as he was in the league since 2001 and has played against many Legendary teams which had many Hall of Famers, so a better team in his books surely exists. This isn’t over yet as many are expecting some back and forth exchanges between RJ and Green since both of them are really good at trash talking and can debate for hours on the ongoing comparison between different teams of different eras.

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