The NBA’s Golden State Warriors became a thing of legend in 2016 as they went on to win their second title in three years. The team has been dubbed “the greatest regular season and post-season dynasty” due to their ability to dominate the league without being truly dominant during any particular year.

draymond green’s Mother Takes to Twitter to Eviscerate Refs Following Her Son’s Controversial Ejection.” The “draymond green” is a tweet from the mother of draymond green, who had been ejected from Wednesday night’s game against the Portland Trail Blazers.

Due to a flagrant foul, Draymond Green was forced to watch the Golden State Warriors play in a major playoff game on Sunday rather than participate alongside them.

This wasn’t the first time something like this had occurred. Green and the Warriors were in the NBA Finals in 2016, when he was suspended for Game 5 after committing a flagrant foul against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. His absence then aided the Cavs’ comeback from a 3-1 series disadvantage to win the series in seven games.

The stakes weren’t quite as high this time, but the game was just as contentious.

With little over a minute remaining in the second quarter of Golden State’s conference semifinal showdown with the Memphis Grizzlies, Green slapped Brandon Clarke in the head while Clarke was attempting a dunk. The Warriors forward then grabbed Clarke’s collar, dragging the Grizzlies center to the ground.

It was judged a flagrant foul 2 by the officials. The call is automatically terminated.

Green clearly made a mistake. Let’s be clear about it. However, the flagrant 2 call seemed debatable. Green remarked on his post-game podcast that he was attempting to keep Clarke awake and that he didn’t feel what he did was excessive.

Green told ESPN, “I believe today it was definitely more of a reputation issue than a real foul.”

While several NBA players defended the four-time All-Star on social media, his biggest fan had a lot to say about the referees.

Green’s mother rushed to Twitter and was forthright.

The referees were slammed by Draymond Green’s mother.

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If you were looking for some additional fun during the Warriors’ Game 1 matchup with the Grizzlies on Sunday, you should have followed Mary Babers-Green (Draymond Green’s mother) on Twitter.

She had a lot to say, particularly when her kid was kicked out.

“I still can’t believe that CALL on [Draymond]!” she tweeted. “Trying to do the right thing! If that was blatant his face would have hit the floor! #RefsSuck”

Mary then retweeted multiple posts that were critical of the officials, including one from sports reporter Grant Liffmann that said, “These refs are like people that always need to speak when there is any silence. They cant go a minute in this game without feeling uncomfortable and calling a foul.”

However, Mary also added: “I mean can we get the Boston/Milwaukee REFS.. they understand playoff basketball!”

But that wasn’t the end of it. She subsequently complained about the Grizzlies not being called for specific fouls.

“I guess (Jordan) Poole continuing to get hit in the head is okay! Get out of here!” she posted.

Draymond’s dismissal enraged many people, and his mother was one of the most outspoken opponents.

What does Draymond Green’s flagrant 2 signify for the remainder of the 2022 NBA Playoffs?

Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green during Game 1 of the 2022 Western Conference semifinals against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green during Game 1 of the 2022 Western Conference semifinals against the Memphis Grizzlies. On May 1, 2022, Golden State Warriors guard Draymond Green reacts after getting dismissed during Game 1 of the Western Conference playoffs against the Memphis Grizzlies. | Getty Images/Justin Ford

Green was charged with a flagrant foul by the NBA following Game 4 of the 2016 Finals against the Cavaliers. Although the officials did not judge it that way during the game, the league’s judgment resulted in his fourth flagrant foul point of the playoffs, resulting in an automatic ban.

Because the league has the ability to review rulings like this, the flagrant 2 from Game 1 might be changed. If it doesn’t, Green will get two egregious foul points for the playoffs this year. Just one or two more flagrant 2s and he’ll be suspended from the game.

The Warriors are undoubtedly praying it doesn’t come to that, since every playoff game matters. On the court, they need their emotional leader. To win a title, they’ll need Green.

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