If any NBA player uses a teammate as toilet paper, wouldn’t it be Draymond Green? Now we have proof that he uses JaVale McGee’s likeness as toilet paper.
He doesn’t apologize for being the biggest trash talker in the NBA. To be fair, he doesn’t need to, as Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green might be the best defensive player in the NBA today.
Green totally on board with messing with people’s heads. That apparently doesn’t rule out teammates, as he sent a photo out of the toilet paper he uses with JaVale McGee’s likeness.
It’s hitting the fan really hard for McGee this season. He was chewed out on national television by Shaquille O’Neal. Now his frontcourt buddy is using his face to do what he has to do from the comfort of his porcelain throne at home. Is this what he signed up for when he joined the Warriors this past offseason?
When did McGee suddenly become the NBA’s punching bag? What is the correlation between rat-tail length and buying McGee brand toilet paper in bulk? It’s closer to one than you think. Green had to find his teammate to bully. Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant are too good for that, Klay Thompson is too chill and Zaza Pachulia is a Georgian basketball ambassador. Don’t mess with greatness.
What we’re seeing out of NBA stars of late is that they’re bored. Golden State and the Cleveland Cavaliers just want it to be June already so they can meet again in the NBA Finals. The San Antonio Spurs may have a thing to say about that, but not if Green, McGee or any of the other Warrior play their brand of basketball. If Green feels the need to turn his teammates into toilet paper to help the Warriors win games, so be it.