Draymond Green Technical Foul | Warriors vs Timberwolves | March 10, 2017 | 2016-17 NBA Season

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  1. i dont like green at all but when you see slow mo you can see he just put his hand up to block the shot after the whistle which is common and ended up hitting kat in the shoulder

  2. Again another stupid call made by that referee,and when you say that people will of course be like "your only saying that because she's a women".

  3. Draymond has learned nothing from last year's Finals. Just wants to keep complaining and doing stupid stuff. He's already matched his last season total for technical fouls, plus added an ejection and a flagrant this year.

  4. Lauren ( the ref) is sexy AF. I want to fuck her all day long…over and over again and cream inside her so she can have my mixed babies.

  5. that's ridiculous he's playing through the play you don't let a guy get warm up shots from his range… NBA is way too fucking soft now a days smh… he kind of pushed his shoulder…😧 wow

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