Warriors’ views on Draymond Green’s latest suspension

When a successful, championship-winning franchise begins to lose more and more and simultaneously receives so much negativity, it is reasonable to predict the end of that once-proud empire. Many fans have already attempted this with the Golden State Warriors after Draymond Green hit Jordan Poole, but the team avoided disaster.

The organization parted ways with Poole and brought in future Hall of Famer Chris Paul to help hold the pieces together. A hard slump, coupled with another Green incident, quickly caused public skepticism to re-emerge.

The Warriors’ baromotor will return Tuesday night against the Sacramento Kings after being suspended for five games “for escalating an on-court altercation and forcefully grabbing Minnesota Timberwolves center Rudy Gobert in the neck in an unsportsmanlike and dangerous manner.”. The sentiment within the Warriors regarding the Draymond Green issue does not seem to be one of harmonious jubilation.

“A team source told ESPN that Green’s latest suspension probably won’t derail the season, but it came at an inopportune time, amid a 3-game losing streak and with Curry out of the lineup.”, reported Kendra Andrews of ESPN. “A league source told ESPN that the Warriors will back Green no matter what he does, while another team source told ESPN that the Warriors lost the chance to discipline him after failing to hold him accountable for punching Poole.”

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