Draymond Green sat along the sidelines this week at Quicken Loans Arena and pointed his right index finger at the spot where it happened — where everything about the 2016 NBA Finals, and maybe about the next decade of NBA history, changed in a blur of angry limbs.
“That play?” Green said in a chat with ESPN.com, his voice rising. “I don’t regret it. Like, I just don’t. Some would say maybe I’m wrong for not regretting it. I don’t live my life with regrets. I move on. It was never like, ‘Oh man, I cost these guys a championship. Now, do I believe in my heart that I did cost us? Yeah, I do. Absolutely. But I still don’t regret that play.”
That play, of course, was Green swiping at LeBron James‘ groin as the world’s best player stepped over him in an act Green and his team viewed as an intentional, emasculating taunt. The resulting flagrant foul mandated Green be suspended from Game 5 in
Article source: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/19581798/zach-lowe-golden-state-warriors-forgiving-draymond-green-2017-nba-finals
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