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Draymond Green on Russell Westbrook: ‘He’s a part of the superstar group that started all this acting in the NBA’

Draymond Green is defending himself for kicking Steven Adams in the groin by claiming he was just flailing to induce a foul call.

That’s his defense.

When claiming you were exaggerating contact to influence the referees is your best line of defense, you might be in the wrong.

Russell Westbrook certainly thinks Green is:

Honestly, I think it’s intentional. That’s two times in the last two games. I don’t think you can’t keep kicking somebody in their private areas. But he’d probably say he didn’t do it on purpose, but I think, from where I look at it, it looks intentional to me.

Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times:

The good ole “he started it” argument. Gotta respect Green for fully embracing his role as villain in Oklahoma City. I can’t wait to see what he says about Kevin Durant next.