Danny Green explained why his teammate in the Los Angeles Lakers Avery Bradley has to play in the restart of the NBA in Orlando.
Green said Bradley, who is not in favor of the resumption of the season, will have an even bigger platform to express his thoughts compared to merely posting on social media.
“Like Avery Bradley, he’s one of the guys who has spoken out, but he doesn’t really have social media, so [people] don’t really know how he feels, they’re not really able to see and hear it from him.
But, if he goes down to Orlando he’s going to have to do interviews. He’s going to have a hell of a game one of these nights or a hell of a quarter, and he’s going to have to talk to the media.
For guys that don’t have social media, or guys that don’t have a big following, it’s a better way for everybody to be there and be united. We also can have more meetings down there and take that and use that platform to our advantage to keep our foot on the gas and blow it up even bigger, if necessary, because if we’re all together it speaks to higher volumes than if we are separated in different parts of the country,” Green said, per Tim Bontemps of ESPN.