While Skip Bayless has been in the industry for quite some years, Draymond Green seems to be the most profound voice of modern-day NBA. Having already declared himself as the ‘new media’ it seems like the Golden State Warriors’ former DPOY has fallen into the radar of the 70-year-old sports media personality as he has officially invited him over to his show.
Bayless wants a perhaps more detailed 1-on-1 session with Draymond Green, issuing him the threat in the latest episode of the Skip Bayless Show. To be more precision about the initiation, Shannon Sharpe’s co-host extended a rather hostile invite to both Green and Richard Jefferson in order to bring them on his show for a live debate.
Was Draymond Green given a live threat?
Recent comments made by the current and former NBA stars have clearly rubbed Bayless the wrong way, who went as far as to say “new media, my ass” in response to their remarks.
“I also think I know a good bit about the NBA, and I would love for the members of the ‘new media’, Draymond and Richard, to please come into Undisputed, Skype in, Zoom in, whatever you want to do to come in,” said Bayless. “And I need you to please call upon those receipts, and please, to set the record straight, live on national TV, on Undisputed, up against me.”
When mentioning Draymond Green’s comments that he plans to keep “Destroying people on Twitter,” Bayless referred to himself as a sitting duck and invited Green to “come.
That being said, the Golden State Warrior marquee is known to not back down from any challenge on as well as off the court. It is sure that the former DPOY is sure to clap back at Bayless and perhaps even plan an encounter with him in his on studio, especially after his morale his high to answer back at all his criticise. Will we witness a new battle between Bayless and Green in the coming days as the 2021-22 ended? Remains to be seen.