Draymond Green Gets Angry And Stops Playing After Jordan Poole Doesn't Pass To Him
Draymond Green and Jordan Poole were involved in a controversial incident during the offseason, where Green punched Poole during practice.
The Golden State Warriors are currently in a tight playoff race in the Western Conference, with a 34-32 record.
The team is struggling on the road, with a 7-25 record, which is a matter of concern for the team.
During a recent game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Green became frustrated when Poole didn't pass the ball to him during a play.
Green's reaction caused him to check out of the play, which led to a turnover for the Warriors.
The incident is not a good sign for the team, as it suggests that there may be underlying tensions between players.
Despite the team's struggles, Jordan Poole has improved his individual stats this season, averaging 20.7 points and 4.6 assists per game.
However, Poole's efficiency has been a concern, as he is averaging 3.2 turnovers per game for the first time in his career.
Draymond Green's role on the team is to be the connector and defensive leader, but his frustration is starting to show. The team's recent shaky form has only added to the pressure on him and the rest of the team.