Draymond Green Responded To The Repetitive Criticism Of Kevin Durant With An Equally Repetitive Defense
Wait, now it's all starting to make sense. I can't believe I was so critical of Kevin Durant's decision! I finally understand where he was coming from, and it's all thanks to the most unlikeliest of sources. Who would have thought Draymond Green - of all people - would provide clarity to the situation with a brand new comparison that has yet to have been made by a single person. Anyone who has been paying attention knows that Paul Pierce's opinion is far from original, but Draymond Green's response? Well, that's about as authentic as it gets. Sports teams, they are just like tech companies. CEO's, they are just like versatile point forwards. When you put it like that how could anyone not understand why Kevin Durant joined the team that completely embarrassed him just one month prior?!
In all seriousness, I understand that Kevin Durant exercised his right to free agency and made the decision that he felt was best for him. I just feel like it's pure hypocrisy for Draymond Green to be the one defending that decision. We'd have to put in earplugs with the amount of bitching he would STILL be doing if Steph Curry went to the Cavaliers after choking away a 3-1 lead against them. Like, let's be real here. If literally ANYONE else wants to act like there isn't more of an emotional component to sports than there is to business then be my guest, but Draymond Green?
The dude that got himself suspended from an NBA finals game after hitting a grown man in the junk because he felt disrespected? What does that situation compare to in an office setting? If each individual NBA player was their own business then I am pretty sure that Draymond Green would have gone bankrupt somewhere between his 1st dick kick and 30th penis punch. You want to tell me their are similarities between what Kevin Durant did and what the average 9-5 worker does in furthering his/her career? You better make sure the competitive spirit that is much more prevalent in the world of sports hasn't had you saying and doing stupid shit that would get you canned by any self respecting company in America.