Houston Rockets and Carmelo Anthony Part Ways

Doug Mendoza
November 16, 2018

Draymond Green says his heated argument with Kevin Durant - one in which he repeatedly called K.D. a "b*tch" - is only gonna make the Warriors better. saying, "Good luck with us now!"

"What you must know is, everyone on this organization, from a player, not myself, not Kevin, not anybody else, is going to beat us", Green said.

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Reports said Durant and several other teammates had argued with Green after he had held onto possession with the final play of regulation time, rather than pass to Durant. "It's no secret I am an emotional player, I wear my emotions on my sleeve and I play with those same emotions".

"I've read a lot about 'Is this the end of the run?' Or 'Did I ruin it?' Or 'Did I force Kevin to leave?'" Green said.

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Emotions got the best of both of them, but Green put the organization in a hard spot.

Additionally, Green told Durant something similar to "We don't need you". But at the same time, I'm going to be a better player. The Warriors desperately want to re-sign the 7-foot small forward, and such a divisive incident in front of the entire team from one of their most influential players was deemed grounds for discipline.

"I hear [the Lakers] may actually be entertaining Carmelo Anthony arriving in Los Angeles", Smith said on his podcast. We're going to continue doing what we do. It was hard to see this completely derailing the team in the immediate, given the talent on the team and that they're all veteran stars that have seen plenty of locker room turmoil.

Names like Carmelo Anthony's can sound good out loud but in reality, he would turn the Blazers into a four-headed monster of a team with no bite on either side of the ball. We won't know for sure what that is, maybe ever, but for now, every interaction between the two will certainly be under the microscope in the Bay.

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