Draymond Green stole the show before it even started at the 2018 NBA All-Star Game last February.
As Fergie sang the national anthem and did a bit too much of her own spin on the song, Green couldn't hide his reaction. It's not like he was alone here, though.
From other NBA players to celebrities, people couldn't help but at least smirk at what Fergie was trying to accomplish. But for some reason, the singer's ex-husband, actor Josh Duhmel, took exception to Green's reaction.
"I was pissed off at Draymond Green first of all. I think her owed her apology. I think he was kind of a prick," Duhamel said on FS1's Fair Game. "Just because he knew the camera was on him and he snickered about it. If he would have been a real man, he would have at least called her and said, 'Listen, I'm sorry that I caused all this.'"
Duhamel says that Green never reached out to him, but Josh never reached out to Draymond either.
"I mean, that's what a real man would have done, in my opinion," Duhmel went on to say.
Sure, this is totally all on Draymond. P.S. see clip below, Josh.
Kevin Durant has had a prickly relationship with the media this season.
But if the Warriors superstar thinks this is bad, he should probably scratch the New York Knicks off his free agency list.
The New York media is ruthless, and that's something the two-time NBA Finals MVP may not be able to handle if he joins the Knicks.
ESPN's Michael Wilbon doesn't see Durant fitting in Gotham.
"I think Kevin Durant and New York City are a match made not in heaven," Wilbon said on First Take on Friday morning. "It's OK, Kevin is a fairly thin-skinned guy. You can be that. But do you function best in New York? Look, Kyrie [Irving] grew up in metropolitan New York, he understands the mood, the tenor, the volume. I mean, Kevin, that's not his thing from my observation."
The popular rumor over the last few months has Durant and Irving declining their player options with their respective teams and joining forces on the Knicks.
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In a recent interview with the New York Post, Knicks president Steve Mills sounded pretty confident that his team will have a big offseason.
We tend to agree with Wilbon on this one, though. Based on what we've seen in the last few months, Durant doesn't seem suited for New York. If the Knicks lose games early in his tenure, the media and talk shows will crush him. If he doesn't bring a title to The Big Apple, they won't let him live it down.
Stay right where you are, KD. In more ways than one, you've got it pretty good in the Bay Area.
Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Sunday morning at 11, streaming live on the MyTeams app.
Andrew Bogut had a great game Thursday night in Los Angeles.
Scratch that: Andrew Bogut had a terrific game.
In the Warriors' 132-105 win over the Clippers in Game 3 of their NBA playoff series, the 34-year old recorded eight points, 14 rebounds, five assists, one steal and one block. In 25 minutes, he was plus-24.
The No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 draft was instrumental in getting Kevin Durant off to a hot start:
Bogut led the Dubs with four "screen assists," according to NBA.com.
The 2015 All-Defensive selection also made a signifcant impact on the defensive end:
Klay Thompson was cold to start the game. He missed his first four shots.
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Bogut helped change that, though, a couple minutes into the second quarter:
After practice Wednesday, coach Steve Kerr said the Warriors are lucky to have Bogut. On Thursday, you saw exactly why.
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