Draymond Green talks trash to Instagram commenter on Steve Kerr video

Draymond Green talks trash to Instagram commenter on Steve Kerr video

Steve Kerr might or might not have been tired of Draymond Green's s--- in the Warriors' loss to the lowly Phoenix Suns on Sunday, but Green certainly was tired of one fan's comment.

On a video posted to Instagram that appeared to show Kerr's dissatisfaction with Green, one commenter echoed the Warriors coach’s apparent NSFW langauge and tagged the three-time All-Star. Then, the roast was on. 

Green wrote back: "[How] your church league working [out] for you?"

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Said commenter's account was set to private as of press time, so we have no way of confirming whether or not they actually play in a church league. Green doesn't follow their account, either, but that is an incisive burn nonetheless. 

Green has a reputation as one of the NBA's best trash-talkers, so coming after him on social media probably wasn't the best idea. Unless you turn to E-40 for advice, that is.

Warriors star Steph Curry reportedly buying $8M San Francisco condo

Warriors star Steph Curry reportedly buying $8M San Francisco condo

It appears Steph and Ayesha Curry are establishing some roots in San Francisco.

The couple reportedly is buying a piece of property less than two miles from Chase Center.

As J.K. Dineen of The San Francisco Chronicle writes:

Curry snapped up a condo in the Four Seasons Private Residences at 706 Mission St., a new tower opening in June across from Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

The price for the 2,800-square-foot condo the Currys bought was just under $8 million, according to real estate sources familiar with the unit and building.

The unit is on the 30th floor — coincidentally, Curry wears No. 30 for the Warriors.

The new condo is also just a few blocks from International Smoke, the steak and BBQ restaurant Ayesha Curry owns with celebrity chef Michael Mina at the Millennium Tower at 301 Mission St.

When the Warriors moved from Oakland to SF, the Curry's moved from the East Bay to Atherton.

And after the two-time NBA MVP dropped 40 points on the Minnesota Timberwolves during a preseason game Oct. 10, he revealed that he arrived to Chase Center 20 to 25 minutes later than usual because of traffic.

"For ten years, I had the same routine every step of the way," he told reporters. "I try to repeat that routine but there are some quirks and different routes you take. It's a different vantage point."

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So starting next season, Curry no longer has to go back to Atherton inbetween shootaround and the game. He can hang out and/or nap at his new pad.

Or, if he and Ayesha have date night in San Francisco, the commute to go to sleep is much shorter.


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Ex-Warriors guard Shaun Livingston honored with street name in hometown

Ex-Warriors guard Shaun Livingston honored with street name in hometown

Former Warriors guard Shaun Livingston was born in Peoria, Illinois.

He won two state titles at Peoria Central High School, was named Illinois Mr. Basketball, played in the McDonald's All-American Game and was the No. 4 overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft.

The 34-year-old is a three-time NBA champion.

And over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend, Livingston had a street named after him in his hometown.

As Zach Hatcher of CentralIllinoisProud.com writes:

The newly dedicated sign is on a section of North Street near Livingston’s alma mater. The NBA star says he is humbled for the opportunity.

“I don’t take this opportunity for granted, I know any decisions that I could have made could have led me down the wrong path and hopefully I was a light every time I came back to Peoria was to try to inspire the youth and let them know that there is more out there,” said Livingston.

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Nobody is more deserving of this honor than Livingston, whose career nearly came to an end following a devastating knee injury in February 2007.

Congratulations, Shaun. We all hope that retirement life is treating you very well.

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