Warriors’ PF Draymond Green brutally blasts NBA fans for speculating ‘disgusting’ rumors on Andrew Wiggins

Players require support in all facets of their lives, whether it be in the form of compliments on their play or assistance when they are unable to perform to their level. The recent propagation of erroneous information about Andrew Wiggins by certain NBA fans disturbed power forward Draymond Green.

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The Golden State Warriors selected Green with the 35th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. He was considered one of the favorites to win the NBA Defensive Player of the Year Award and was chosen for his eighth straight All-Defensive Team selection, earning second-team honors. This two-time Olympic gold winner, four-time NBA All-Star, and two-time member of the All-NBA Team has a career record of 498-240.

Draymond Green furiously reacts to the Wiggin rumor

Draymond, a four-time NBA champion and member of the Golden State Warriors, is always involved in both on- and off-field activities.

Andrew Wiggins, a forward for the Golden State Warriors, was not seen on the field until February 13th, which caused online speculations to circulate. Wiggin not clarifying anything on the subject created a gateway for many NBA fans to start spreading horrible rumors with the implication of adultery being involved — Andrew had cheated on his girlfriend causing them, the NBA world, to talk in an ugly and disgusting manner.

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Draymond Green, a teammate of Wiggin’s, defended the forward. In a recent podcast, DrayMagic lambasted this rumor-bearer and advised them to show some compassion for the situation of others as we never know what they are going through.

“Sometimes people disgust me. You don’t know what someone is dealing with, and then you make them deal with THAT?… Stop it, it’s disgusting,” Green stated.

Andrew’s girlfriend Mychal Johnson was straightforward about this. Johnson dispelled the allegation in a tweet by labeling the internet as being ill-mannered with the statement, “The internet is really a sick place🤮.”

The 28-year-old was mentioned on the Warriors’ injury report, with Golden State stating “personal reasons” for his absence from on-court activity since last month. Yet, we must keep in mind that they are athletes alongside a person who might be dealing with a personal matter. Instead of criticizing Andrew or spreading untrue rumors, all NBA supporters should stand by him in this difficult time.


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Shabiha is a sports content writer for Sportszion. The writer completed her graduation in Management and post-graduation in HRM. Writing is her passion and she has a long career goal in relation to writing.


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