Draymond Green shared his thoughts on the heated locker room confrontation of the Boston Celtics after Game 2 loss to the Miami Heat.
Green, a three-time NBA champion with the Golden State Warriors, called this a typical behavior of a “winning team” in the NBA and explained why he believes winners argue more with each other.
“The reality is, though, I think winning teams argue way more than losing teams. Because losing teams, they bicker. So if I’m on a losing team, I’m gonna come to you, Ernie, and say, ‘Hey man, Shaq ain’t pass me the ball and he’s freezing me out.’ And then you partner up with me, and me and you look at Shaq like he’s crazy.
A winning team is gonna say, ‘Jayson, your body language was terrible in the first quarter,’ because that’s what I saw when I was watching the game.
Their offense is on the run, they’re up a couple points, and he’s not touching the ball and he’s dropping his shoulders, but you’re the best player on the team. So yes, I am going to say something about that.
Winning teams will always argue more than losing teams. And in fact, the media can love losing teams if they want, if they don’t want any arguing, and those teams will just lose, and that’s that,” the three-time NBA All-Star said, via Uproxx.