Draymond - "Y'all got to tell the truth..."

Draymond - "Y'all got to tell the truth..."

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Draymond - "Y'all got to tell the truth..."

Draymond Green thinks that people – the people in the media, in particular – should tell the truth.

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Draymond Green is at it again.

Truth be told – no pun intended – Draymond manages to be “at it” any time he opens his mouth.

SpartansWire supports Draymond when he makes good points.

However, SpatansWire also thinks that Draymond Green would do himself some favors if he found a way to be a bit more minimalist with regard to his opining about any and all matters that even briefly enter his brain.

After last night’s playoff game between Draymond’s Golden State Warriors and the New Orleans Pelican Animal Birds, Green found himself answering questions about whatever tiffs he might have had throughout the course of the contest.

Draymond took the opportunity to be a voice of truth and a seeker of truth.

He called out “the media” and said, “At some point, somebody’s got to tell the truth.”

Wisdom.

Power to the people.

Statesmanship.

Draymond Green is a passionate guy who has also done hard work in what has been an ongoing attempt to fix his teeth and get to a place where he has a smile that makes a good impression on people –

After Draymond finishes his contracted obligations to the Marketing and Promotional Advertising strategies for Smile Direct, and after he has finished his great career as an NBA player, he should commit himself to public service.

His commitment to finding and eliciting the truth puts him on another level of importance than his NBA colleagues (although so many of them are also equally committed to finding the truth, finding and working towards justice, and searching for solutions to the problems of the world).

Let’s dig in below on the specifics related to Draymond’s current search for truth, honor, and the American Way.

But let’s be sure to thank Draymond for the way he’s setting an example for the children.

Draymond Green to media after Rajon Rondo question: ‘Y’all got to tell the truth’

Draymond Green on Friday night downplayed the idea that he and Rajon Rondo have “gotten into it” during his Golden State Warriors’ Western Conference semifinal series with the New Orleans Pelicans.

“You’ve seen me get into it with people before,” Green said following Game 3, which the Pelicans won to cut the Warriors’ lead to 2-1. “When have I gotten into it with Rondo this series? Maybe once. I wouldn’t even say ‘getting into it’ though.”

Green and Rondo have had multiple on-court incidents during the past few games, the most notable of which occurred in Game 2 when TV cameras captured them trash-talking each other face to face. Also during that game, Rondo was seen wiping his sweat on the ball before Green shot a free throw.

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Draymond and Rondo exchanged words at halftime 🤬🤬🤬

Rob Perez

@World_Wide_Wob

Rajon Rondo wiping his sweat all over the ball before Draymond attempted his second free throw gotta be the pettiest thing ive ever seen 😂

They were at it again in the first quarter of Game 3, exchanging shoves before officials intervened.

Rob Perez

@World_Wide_Wob

Draymond not letting Rondo practice after the whistle oh let’s go

When asked if he feels as though he and Rondo have tried to “bait” each other, Green wasn’t having it.

“Y’all hate the story line of somebody trying to bait me, huh? I’ve just got to be involved,” Green said. “Like, oh, Draymond’s doing this. At some point, somebody’s got to tell the truth. It ain’t Draymond this time. … I know that’s not quite the DNA these days, people telling the truth. But at some point, y’all got to tell the truth. Draymond ain’t trying to bait nobody. I’m chilling. Playing basketball.

“I look forward to y’all telling the truth one day. Maybe it won’t happen. I ain’t expecting it, but I do look forward to it.”

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@957thegame

Draymond Green wants everyone to know he’s NOT trying to bait Rajon Rondo.

Rondo’s take on it all?

“(Baiting is) his game,” the point guard said. “I don’t try to bait him into anything. He talks a lot of shh — it’s just part of it. We’re competing. I don’t think there’s nothing more than when we’re battling on the court. He’s a great competitor. I love competing against him and just try to match his intensity.”

Game 4 is Sunday in New Orleans.

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