Ah crap. Okay, I have to raise my hand on this one. Sorry Dray, this is partially my fault. I implied that sports reporters need to stop asking contrived, cookie cutter questions and this guy really took that request to heart. I suppose he should know there's a middle ground between asking how to rebound and trying to correlate the height of flood waters with shooting percentage, but it appears my suggestion was lost in translation with this one. Try to take it easy on him next time. It appears we are still working out the kinks. Rome wasn't built in a day, and journalism wasn't corrected in a postgame. At the very least he has to get some points for originality. Credit where credit is due for the whole 'making it rain' to 'our entire city is being jeopardized by hazardous amounts of rainfall' connection. At least he's trying. Doesn't matter how many times this guy asks it, that's still not a question that you are going to hear repeated too often.
I understand Draymond's refusal to properly respond to a nonsensical question that was sure to make him look bad, but maybe he could have been a LITTLE nicer about it. I can't help but think that answer was counter productive to the ultimate goal. That poor bastard is never going to try to be creative again. He stepped outside of the box ONE time, and Draymond Green stuffed him back inside of it, locked the door, and threw away the key. We need to be the change we wish to see in the world, and if we want reporters to be enlightened we have to show them the light. Not shoot daggers through the inexplicably inappropriate lightbulbs that pop up above their head when they try to think too hard.
P.S. For future reference, if this guy is going to be asking a question he knows he shouldn't be asking then he should at least have it well rehearsed. Probably wouldn't be a bad idea to keep it as short and "sweet" as possible either.