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Draymond Green Controversy: Celtics fans booed Draymond Green after his second Game 4 foul

Draymond Green Controversy: During these NBA Finals against the Celtics, Draymond Green hasn’t been afraid to stir up trouble for himself. From a pick that reminded people of a football game and a near-ejection in Game 2 to a terrible two-point, four-rebound performance in Game 3 and a funny response on his podcast, Green has been in the news a lot during the NBA Finals.

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After an early second foul in Game 4 on Friday night in Boston (where the Celtics were -3.5 favorites), Green took the spotlight back. When Green walked over to the bench, Celtics fans at TD Garden made fun of him in the funniest way possible: they stood up and gave Boston’s No. 1 sports enemy a sarcastic standing ovation.

If that wasn’t enough, the person in charge of the graphics for ESPN’s broadcast team might not like how Green plays basketball. Why? As Green left the court, the broadcast showed a graphic of his 15 points and 17 fouls so far in the series.

If there’s any solace to be had for Green, it’s that it’s going to be a long night in Massachusetts. There is a possibility that there is still a lengthy series in which he may potentially make a turnaround in his performance. As an added benefit for us, we may even get to witness him square off against supporters of the Celtics once more.

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Draymond Green Early Life

Draymond Green was born in Saginaw, Michigan, on March 4, 1990. Draymond began competitive basketball in high school. His high school went 26-1 and won Class A state. By his senior year, he was determined to play for Michigan State. Green was one of just three Michigan State players to reach 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

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Draymond Green Controversy: Celtics fans booed Draymond Green after his second Game 4 foul

Draymond Green Controversy: During these NBA Finals against the Celtics, Draymond Green hasn’t been afraid to stir up trouble for himself. From a pick that reminded people of a football game and a near-ejection in Game 2 to a terrible two-point, four-rebound performance in Game 3 and a funny response on his podcast, Green has been in the news a lot during the NBA Finals.

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After an early second foul in Game 4 on Friday night in Boston (where the Celtics were -3.5 favorites), Green took the spotlight back. When Green walked over to the bench, Celtics fans at TD Garden made fun of him in the funniest way possible: they stood up and gave Boston’s No. 1 sports enemy a sarcastic standing ovation.

If that wasn’t enough, the person in charge of the graphics for ESPN’s broadcast team might not like how Green plays basketball. Why? As Green left the court, the broadcast showed a graphic of his 15 points and 17 fouls so far in the series.

If there’s any solace to be had for Green, it’s that it’s going to be a long night in Massachusetts. There is a possibility that there is still a lengthy series in which he may potentially make a turnaround in his performance. As an added benefit for us, we may even get to witness him square off against supporters of the Celtics once more.

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Draymond Green Early Life

Draymond Green was born in Saginaw, Michigan, on March 4, 1990. Draymond began competitive basketball in high school. His high school went 26-1 and won Class A state. By his senior year, he was determined to play for Michigan State. Green was one of just three Michigan State players to reach 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

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