Warriors forward Draymond Green took to social media on Tuesday to complain about... social media. How ironic.
It wasn't a long complaint, just one quick line of text on a black background.
Draymond uses social media to let it be known that he thinks social media is...... the devil? pic.twitter.com/c1YZ9aHu60— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) March 12, 2019
Which begs the question: Why is Dray calling social media the devil?
This comes just two days after a short clip went viral of what some people believe is Steve Kerr saying "I'm so f--king tired of Draymond's s--t" during Sunday's loss to the Phoenix Suns. Nobody can be 100 percent sure what coach Kerr said, but the lip-reading experts were all over it on social media Sunday night.
Kerr joked about the situation Monday, his way of moving on from it.
Steve Kerr joked that the “lip readers” what he said about Draymond Green wrong. Said their interactions will remain private. pic.twitter.com/n4tJENLwgF— Logan Murdock (@loganmmurdock) March 11, 2019
Of course, if social media didn't exist, the lip-reading video most likely wouldn't have hit the surface to begin with. So maybe Dray is right. Maybe it is the devil.
Then again, there's also the possibility that the short message on his IG Story had absolutely nothing to do with the Kerr situation at all. After all, Green told reporters Tuesday the incident didn't bother him at all.
That's just the irony of social media. It can share too much information and not enough at the same time.