In the fourth quarter of the 116-100 victory over the Golden State Warriors, as the Boston Celtics mob attacked Drymond Green with the F ** k you mantra, much has been said about how players should be treated.
Green’s wife has raised the issue loudly, as she insulted the crowd who hurled F-bombs at her husband, when their two children were present, noticing how other fanbases would not behave that way.
After the incident, Green’s wife, Hazel Renee, posted on her Instagram story that Celtics fanbase resented her husband’s behavior.. However, as the backlash continues on social media, Hazel Renee has shared another post and taken the war of words even further.
“Wow. Celtics fans. That’s all I want to say to you. The response I have seen from everything I have said is all negative. My husband, Drymond Green is a man, your fan class, the struggle of eltCeltics is just disgusting. My son was scrolling through his NBA Twitter burner account and got some rude comments about his dad. It will not be tolerated anymore. ” Hazel Renee wrote on her Instagram Stories.
Presumably, the two teams have four more matches to play, two of which will be at TD Gardens. So we can expect this war of words to escalate in the near future.
Draymond Green Unphased by chants
Speaking on his The Diamond Green show podcast after his team lost 116-100 to the Boston Celtics on June 8, the three-time NBA champion was clearly speaking in response to mantras echoing across the Celtics field.
“Too much for you,” Green said after addressing the chant. Green, however, notices how worried he is about his family, saying he is visually upset when two of his three children witness him being bullied by the mob. But, Green has played in a hostile environment before and usually, it reduces the negative energy.
Green plays intensely, passionately and hastily, but he is extremely hostile to his style of play, meaning he often goes into the role of villain in the playoffs and sometimes, rightly or wrongly, the villain heck.
Steve Kerr, Clay Thompson Sound Off
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr and three-time NBA champion Clay Thompson were not the only ones to express their displeasure over how Boston fans treated themselves during the June 8 tournament in Boston. Situation
“We have played in front of rude people before. Throwing F-bombs with children in the crowd. The real elite. Good job, Boston, “Thompson said at his post-game press conference.
“Crowd response to Drymond? Quality. Very good, “said Kerr when asked a similar question to Clay Thompson.
It is often said that until the end of the NBA playoff series, both teams are sick of each other, and in this case, it seems that three games were enough to push things to the boiling point. However, the Celtics and Warriors are scheduled to fight again on June 10, where Kerr and his team will try to keep the series level and Ime Udoka’s men aim to take a 3-1 lead in the fifth game in San Francisco.