ESPN.com.brNov 15, 2023, 09:00Reading: 2 min.
O Minnesota Timberwolves won the Golden State Warriors last Tuesday (14) by 104 to 101 for NBA. However, the biggest moment of the match, even if negative, was the tie applied by Draymond Green to Rudy Gobert.
At 10 minutes and 20 seconds into the first period, in general confusion, Klay Thompson and Jaden McDaniels clashed on the court and started pushing each other, with the Warriors having his shirt torn by his rival in the dispute.
The conflict escalated when the Warriors appeared and applied the blow to the Frenchman of the Wolvestaking him to the ground. (See video above)
After the altercation was contained, the referee checked the images from start to finish and chose to expel the following players: Draymond Green and Klay Thompson, from Warriorsand Jaden McDaniels of Wolves.
“Every time Steph (Curry) doesn’t play, he (Green) doesn’t like playing without his friend. So he does anything he can to get kicked out. Clown behavior. I hope the league does what it needs to do,” fired Gobert after the game.
Steve Kerr, coach of the Warriors, came to Green’s defense. For the coach, the pivot only took action after seeing Gobert hitting Klay Thompson.
“Rudy (Gobert) put his hands on Klay’s neck. That’s why Draymond went after Rudy.”
In the last playoffs, Green had already received a suspension due to a stomp on Domantas Sabonis, from Sacramento Kings. So far, the NBA has not yet commented.