Draymond Green destroys ‘bigmouth’ Kendrick Perkins after Game 6 victory


Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green fired a big warning shot at ESPN analyst Kendrick Perkins after helping the Golden State Warriors win 110-96 against the Grizzlies on Friday.

Former Celtics forward Kendrick Perkins, who is never afraid to be tactless and make controversial decisions during any of the ESPN shows he appears on, had a shot with Draymond Green.

Perkins criticized Green for his ejection in the first game against the Grizzlies, he was also on record calling out the Warriors star for not shooting in games.

And after helping the Warriors to another Western Conference finals after a 4-2 series victory over the Grizzlies, Green, who had 14 points, 15 rebounds and eight assists on Friday, felt it was time to respond to Perkins’ ‘big mouth’.

“I saw someone say that I am afraid to shoot the basketball. Fear and me in the same sentence… a big ogre on TV talking about what Draymond says is not the gospel. It is the gospel,” he said.

“What I say is the gospel. When you say that multiple times in multiple different segments, you have to think about what the gospel is saying. So, you know, sometimes you have to go out there and shut some guys up.”

And in case it wasn’t clear who he was talking about, Green called Perkins by name.

“They are people who are used on TV to talk about our game… You make that pass, I would like to see it. By the way, I played against that guy, I’m talking about Kendrick Perkins for those of you who don’t know.”

Perkin responded to Green by posting a video on his Twitter page, making the video twice and deleting the first one that was full of profanity.


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