May 18, 2024
NBA Chaos: Draymond and Rudy Dance – Warriors vs. Timberwolves Turns into a Wild Brawl!

The NBA fans have witnessed something that was not supposed to be a “game”. Rather that watching an NBA game, we have seen a UFC fight. It was Draymond and Rudy Fight!!

A scuffle erupted within the first two minutes in a wild NBA showdown between the Golden State Warriors and the Minnesota Timberwolves. 

Draymond and Rudy Fight Escalated Quickly

As three players were thrown out, the spotlight was stolen by them. 

Klay Thompson and Jaden McDaniels kicked off the chaos with a wrestling match of sorts, grabbing each other’s jerseys. 

The drama escalated when Wolves’ center Rudy Gobert intervened, leading to Warriors’ forward Draymond Green putting Gobert in a headlock, resulting in ejections for all three. 

Despite officials deeming Gobert a “peacemaker,” disagreements arose among the Warriors, with Coach Steve Kerr defending Green’s reaction. 

According to CBS, Gobert explained his actions, stressing that he attempted to de-escalate the confrontation between Jaden and Klay. 

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He stated, “I went to try to disconnect the situation between Jaden and Klay, and then I just felt someone grabbing me. My first thought was, I’m not going to fight; I need to be in this game to help my team. So I showed the ref I had my hands up and waited until the situation was over. It wasn’t really enough of a choke for me to sleep. I just kept my hands up and waited until it was over.”

“It is kind of funny because before the game I was telling myself Steph is not playing, so I know Draymond is going to try to get ejected,” Gobert said, making a humorous observation about the build-up to the game. 

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Every time Steph doesn’t play, he doesn’t want to play without his guy Steph, so he’s doing anything to get ejected. It’s all good.” Labeling Green’s actions as “clown behavior,” Gobert expressed pride in maintaining composure: “I’m proud of myself for being the bigger man, again and again. It doesn’t even deserve me putting my hands on him. My team needed me tonight, so I wanted to keep my cool and not make the situation worse. There’s not much to say; it’s clown behavior.”

Post-game, Gobert called Green’s conduct “clown behavior,” adding a touch of reality TV drama to the sports world

Both teams await league decisions on potential suspensions or fines, The game ended with the Wolves securing a 104-101 victory. In the absence of key players, the Warriors were led by rookie Brandin Podziemski and center Dario Saric. 

The Draymond and Rudy Fight marked the 18th ejection in Green’s career, raising questions about potential league repercussions.

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