In these Playoffs, Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors have failed to claim a victory at the Golden 1 Center. Stephen Curry has never lost 0-2 in the playoffs in his professional career as the Dubs try to get their first victory of the series at Chase Center.
Draymond gained attention throughout the pandemonium of this thrilling Game 2 in which the Warriors came dangerously close to regaining the lead in the last seconds of the contest. At the 7:03 mark of the fourth quarter, when Domantas Sabonis had grabbed Robert Green’s leg, the former defensive player of the year stepped on Sabonis in the middle.
For grabbing Green’s leg, Sabonis received a technical foul, while Draymond was dismissed outright after receiving a Flagrant 2. He would cause trouble with King’s supporters as he awaited news on what infraction he had received, even calling them pu**y.
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Damian Lillard on The Draymond Green Ejection
Despite having fought in the Playoffs despite numerous ejections, Damian Lillard and Draymond Green are actually extremely close off the field. The two became close during the last Olympics, and it appears that Dame is biased in his assessment of the altercation between Green and Sabonis.
The Portland Trailblazers All-Star claims that it was because Sabonis grabbed Green’s leg that he was forced to tread on him because of his unsteady footing. Additionally, he would assert that Domantas committed a foul on the play that wasn’t taken into account.
While Dray’s balance does appear to be a little wrong, it is obvious that he intended to trample Domantas. He didn’t let his foot glide off his midsection or chest; instead, he bent his knee and struck him there.
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Both statements are possible to be true simultaneously. Domantas may have caused Draymond to lose his balance, and out of rage, he may have even tried to stomp on him. The Kings All-Star center is getting X-rays on his ribs and lungs after the team won Game 2, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.