Draymond Green confident Warriors will win title after ugly loss to Rockets

Tanya Simon
November 16, 2018

Draymond Green isn't apologizing for his part in a dustup with Kevin Durant that led to a one-game suspension by the Golden State Warriors. Kevin and Draymond, practicing on the same end of the floor as if they were fast friends again.

Anthony has been away from the team for the past few games with what the team called an "illness", and on Thursday, Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey said the team "will be parting ways" with Anthony.

It wasn't the first time Durant and Green have been involved in a verbal altercation.

Green, 28, seemed amused by stories that have been written and sports commentators who have wondered if the discord between he and Durant will cause the former league MVP not to re-sign with the Warriors next year, or if it will ruin the team's chances of winning its third straight title. "Sometimes it gets the best of me and it doesn't work to my favor".

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There is also talk that some of the team's veterans have grown exhausted of Green's emotional outbursts.

While the Warriors dealt with the drama between Green and Durant, the Rockets were left to answer questions about the decision to move on from Anthony. Luka's a great dude, and I think he's going to be a really good player.

"In the summer we tried to hit a home run and it didn't work out", D'Antoni said. So if you one of them 29 other teams you gotta beat us, we not gonna beat us. I'm going to approach the game the same way that as I always do. Green had five rebounds, five assists, five turnovers and no points in the 107-86 defeat, and after the game, he told reporters, "If those emotions are what caused us to lose [Thursday night], then my bad".

He added that he believes the incident will only make the team stronger. We're going to continue doing what we do. "So you think you saw something before, good luck with us now". 'We're going to be very, very careful, and obviously he's going to need plenty of court time before he returns, ' coach Steve Kerr said.

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