Draymond Green and Jordan Poole’s father are trending.
In a recent episode of The Pat Bev Pod, Draymond Green, the forward for the Golden State Warriors, shed more light on the altercation that occurred with Jordan Poole last October and the circumstances surrounding the incident.
Green adamantly clarified that he does not resort to physical violence as his first course of action, but refrained from disclosing specific details about the events leading up to the confrontation. Following those comments, Jordan Poole’s father took to Twitter to respond to Draymond.
“I’m stand on this that’s is some bs. Jp was his guy and he avoid me all last yr. He is a soft as bitch and I’m standing on this and he didn’t apologize to me and my wife. So he lame and me and him can meet anytime he want” said Anthony Poole on Twitter.
Now Draymond has responded to Anthony Poole’s comments.
“That’s so cute… it’s impossible to avoid you an arena for a year champ. I got get my family from that family room every game. And stop using those words, they usually don’t go over well amongst men.”
That’s so cute… it’s impossible to avoid you an arena for a year champ. I got get my family from that family room every game. And stop using those words, they usually don’t go over well amongst men.
— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) July 19, 2023
Footage obtained by TMZ Sports captured the practice altercation, with Green delivering a punch to Poole’s face during a conversation between the two.
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) October 7, 2022
Prior to the punch, Green accidentally bumped into Poole, prompting his teammate to shove him.
On October 8, Green made the announcement that he would be taking a break from the Warriors, accompanied by an apology to Poole and his family.
However, just five days before the regular-season opener against the Los Angeles Lakers, the four-time All-Star returned to practice on October 13.
Following his return, Poole assured reporters that their relationship remained professional, and they were both focused on their shared objective of winning a championship.