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Jaylen Brown fires back at Draymond Green: "Draymond got a podcast and lost his damn mind"

After the altercation between Draymond Green and Jaylen Brown, the Golden State Warriors forward claimed he knew the Boston Celtics were already defeated mentally. This elicited a response on Twitter from Brown.
Jaylen Brown responds to Draymond Green's comments

When Green allegedly revealed the reason behind their altercation during the NBA finals, Brown had to let him know a piece of his mind

Jaylen Brown isn’t letting Draymond Green expose his truth to the world, especially since it’s only one-sided. So when Green allegedly revealed the reason behind their altercation during the NBA finals, Brown had to let him know a piece of his mind.

“Draymond got a Podcast and lost his dam mind”

Draymond was a guest on The Old Man & The Three podcast hosted by Tommy Alter and JJ Redick and shared what went down during their altercation in one play.

“When Jaylen Brown went in the media and said, ‘He tried and pulled my shorts down,’ I knew I took his heart. I knew I took his heart. Another thing he said and I sent it to our team, he said, ‘We are not afraid of the Golden State Warriors, I sent it to our team in the group chat and said, ‘We ARE afraid of the Golden State Warriors.'”

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For Green, it was a sign that the Boston Celtics were already defeated mentally. For Brown to say that they were not afraid of the Golden State Warriors without provocation or anyone asking proved that the chinks in their armor have started showing. On the contrary, when you say you don’t care about a thing, it means you’re already thinking about it. However, Brown had to tell his side of the story, which differed from what Dray shared.

“Draymond got a Podcast and lost his dam mind”

Brown posted his response to Green’s claims on his Twitter.

You can say whatever win you win 🌽Draymond got a Podcast and lost his dam mind could never

It’s a different side of the story for sure. And we’ll never know if there will be a back-and-forth on Twitter between these two players. Dray ruffled some feathers, eliciting the needed reactions for social media mileage. Ever since he started his podcast, Green has been sharing truth bombs left and right, sparing no one. However, he needed to learn the dos and dont’s of New Media, and he was reminded of it recently.

Green acknowledged his mistake when he called Kendrick Perkins a coon. He now has a wider audience and represents the GSW and the NBA, so he has to be extra careful of what he has to say. 

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