WATCH: Draymond Green, Jordan Poole Punch Video Viral at Warriors Practice

A video leak shows veteran forward Draymond Green violently beating fellow teammate Jordan Poole.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Draymond Green and Jordan Pool use violence during practice.

Earlier this week, news about Draymond Green and Jordan Poole’s brawl spread across social media.

Also, a recently leaked clip shows what happened between the two fighters during Golden State Warriors practice.

The video begins with Green and Pool talking trash to each other. But after a while, Green confronts the latter directly.

In addition, Grass puts his hand on Green’s chest and shows him pushing it away. But at that moment, a 6-foot 6-inch athlete dropped grass to the ground.

The video ends with the coach and other players rushing towards them to disperse tension between the green and the pool.

The video has been cut off, but we now know via Warriors GM Bob Myers that Draymond apologized to the later team and will be sanctioned internally.

Warriors GM Bob Myers commented on the incident.

Warriors general manager Bob Myers issued a statement on Thursday citing Draymond Green’s violent behavior towards Jordan Poole.

He said, ‘Look, it’s the NBA. Professional sport. These things happen. no one likes it We do not tolerate it. But it does happen.’

He also said, ‘Draymond apologized to the team. Jordan was in the room… As far as suspensions, penalties and fines are concerned, we will deal with them internally.’

Myers went on to say, ‘Draymond is one of my favorite players. I told him. still love him Don’t love what he did, still love him. he’s complicated But he is a good person. he’s a good guy I saw it, and I saw many things he did. [Wednesday’s fight] I wasn’t one of them.’

Reactions of other professional players to the incident

Many athletes from various sports have taken to social media to share their feelings about Draymond Green’s actions.

Hawks star point guard Trey Young said, ‘Draymond is going to LA. shit!’

Moreover, Knicks striker Evan Fournier said, ‘There’s no way you can go back to your teammates after you’ve punched like this.’

Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said, ‘The boy should have seen me until I retired from the NBA.’

Max Homar, a former golfer, said, “I added another reason to the reason I’m happy to play golf. That punch would have killed me.’


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