Ain't that just a damn shame. With all that talking Draymond Green is always doing, I would have assumed that the one thing he absolutely didn't lack was an inflated sense of self. I've always gotten the impression that not even Draymond's mother loves Draymond as much as Draymond loves Draymond, so I find the fact that he has no respect for himself to be quite alarming. Might be time to get the most outspoken player in the NBA to a sports psychologist, because if what he said on 'The Dray Day' podcast is true then his overwhelmingly braggadocious persona is all just one huge facade. I never thought I would see the day that Dray would come clean (for once) and admit that his cockiness is just a front for the insecurities that serve as the impetus behind his cock kicking. It's sad, really. The emotional leader of the Golden State Warriors has became so unsure of who he is at heart that he's openly conceding that he deeply and truly despises all that he has become. I mean, if he can't respect a role player with limited talent who sets a hard screen from time to time then how much disdain must he harbor for himself after he attempts to leave opposing players impotent and/or concussed?
Oh whoops, nevermind. Draymond isn't "dirty". He's just "tricky". That's actually the perfect explanation. You'd have to be a goddamn magician to repeatedly target the most sensitive area of the male body so many times that you eventually got suspended from an NBA Finals game for it without actually hurting people...
Let's take a gander at what the NBA equivalent of David Blain has hidden in that proverbial top hat of his...