Draymond Green Claims Groin Kick Was Accident: ‘I’m Sure He Wants To Have Kids Someday’
Russell Westbrook things Draymond Green‘s kick to Steven Adams‘ groin was clearly intentional. Green himself thinks such accusations are completely ridiculous.
While speaking with the media, Green was quick to refute claims that his first-half groin kick was delivered with purpose.
“I don’t know how anyone could possibly say I did that on purpose,” he told reporters following the Thunder’s 133-105 victory in Game 3 on Sunday. “I’m sure he wants to have kids someday. I’m not trying to end that on a basketball court.”
Green was assessed a flagrant-1 on the play, but the punishment may not end there.
The NBA just finished suspending the Cavs’ Dahntay Jones for his groin shot on the Raptors’ Bismack Biyombo over the weekend. When you consider the striking resemblance between the two fouls, it wouldn’t surprise us to see the league take similar action against the Warriors’ all-star.
Here’s another look at the kick: