“I wanted to tweet something about it, but I couldn’t figure out my Twitter password,” Green told ESPN’s Chris Haynes. “It’s probably best that I couldn’t. It was one particular player that pissed me off, bad.
“To me, it looked like he didn’t want no parts of it and it completely pissed me off.”
The skirmish was like many in the modern NBA, a lot of pushing, shoving and mouthing off to each other, but not enough to come to anything more than that.
Green has been known to welcome conflict in the past and certainly has an old school mentality of not backing down from anyone, no matter the size.
While most have Bucks center Greg Monroe pegged as the guy that infuriated Green for pulling the old hit-and-run after shoving Nick Young, he’s likely referring to D’Angelo Russell, who shoved once and seemed to regret it immediately, going away from the skirmish as he received a pat on the shoulder from one of the coaches.
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