Steven Adams: Draymond Green has reached ‘peak annoyingness’
Draymond Green is known for being quite a talker on and off the court, and Steven Adams says the Golden State Warriors forward has reached “peak annoyingness” with his talking.
Adams spoke with the media on Friday, two days ahead of Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals between his Thunder and the Warriors. He was asked about Green and whether he can hear the trash talk during games.
“I can’t really hear him or anything,” Adams said. “I hear that he talks a lot. I see him, like on the bench. But in the game? Nah. It’s quite hard. I can’t really understand, if it’s the accent or something, I dunno.”
He also then talked about Green’s level of annoyance reaching its peak:
Steven Adams jokes about Draymond Green trash talking: "I think he's reached his peak, peak annoyingness." pic.twitter.com/zyF4SL2z0f
— Fred Katz (@FredKatz) May 20, 2016
Nothing against Adams, but we thought Draymond’s level of annoyance reached its peak with this move in the playoffs.
Green is tougher than your average player, so it’s no surprise to hear an opponent react to him in this way.