Last night in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, Golden State’s All-star performer turned thug as he, for the second time in the series, tried to rob Oklahoma City’s Steven Adams any chance to have children as he kicked the big bloke from New Zealand in the nuts.
As I posted last night, “actions are stronger than (Green’s) words………after over 60 years of watching basketball at every level, that kick was as dirty as I have ever witnessed. Green is as dirty a player I have seen in the Association in the past fifteen years. You do not kick another man in his manhood.”
Green says it was not on purpose. Really? What’s new with this intellectual thug? As a man, I have never hit someone in the nuts, playing sports, in a fight, or in an act of play. Men just do not do that. They have a responsibility to respect their fellow man, and do what they must not to disrespect another man by doing the dirty. Green’s kick, intentional or not, is something that cannot be tolerated by the NBA. If Green wants to say it was just “his” way of playing the game he need to understand that his day will come. No, Green is a thug and his actions are not needed. Please disagree if you want. If a “man”,let me kick you in your nuts and I bet you would change your feelings on the subject.