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Draymond Green criticizes the NBA for postponing Warriors-Nuggets

by archysport

Tonight the race scheduled between Golden State Warriors e Denver Nuggets was not played, the eleventh game of the season postponed due to too many infections from Covid-19. In the last few hours, coach Mike Malone plus Jeff Green, Bones Hyland and Zeke Nnaji have tested positive in the Denver Nuggets, joining the injured Jamal Murray, Michael Porter Jr, Aaron Gordon, PJ Dozier, Vlatko Cancar and Markus Howard . Too few players remained at the disposal of Dan Burke, Malone’s deputy, to take the field. The decision, however, made him very angry Draymond Green, which in any case could not have played because it is in the anti-Covid protocols.

The Warriors star posted several tweets criticizing the NBA’s ruling, why arrived for a race only two days away from another Warriors-Nuggets, played the night between Tuesday and Wednesday and won by Denver. On that occasion, the Warriors were absent: Green himself, Jordan Poole, James Wiseman, Klay Thompson, Damion Lee and Moses Moody.

“How do you keep postponing games when you have implemented a regulation to avoid it? Isn’t that a competitive advantage for some teams? Didn’t the players we didn’t have on Tuesday due to protocols had an impact on our defeat? Choose a direction, but don’t stand with one foot in both shoes. So when a match is rescheduled (which will probably happen during our “break”), we will have to face them in full. Didn’t they nibble on a win when we weren’t full, just two days ago? Let’s try to do some sensible things please. Not to mention that this decision will likely add back-to-back to our calendar, another thing that will benefit Denver. “ wrote a furious Green.

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