The story just came out today, but now it takes another turn as former Golden State Warriors forward Marreese Speights speaks out.

Earlier today, ESPN's Ethan Strauss reported on Golden State's Draymond Green problem, which talks about all the on-court and off-court issues Green has had with the Warriors. At one point, Strauss uses a quote from Speights who has since moved on to the L.A. Clippers. Apparently, Speights said that Green was an issue in the locker room and even “f***ed up practice” last year.

“Draymond f***ed up practice and s***,” former Warriors forward Marreese Speights told ESPN’s Ethan Sherwood. “Draymond’s a good guy, but I think at the end of the day, it hurt the whole chemistry of the year.” According to Speights, one particular player took a lot of the hear from Green: “Draymond and Klay [Thompson] got into it a lot.”

“Guys don’t respect you if you yell at them in front of all these fans,” Speights added. “We’re not trying to lose the game. F***.”

Apparently, Speights' doesn't agree with the part in that story involving him. As soon as the story came out, Speights posted a couple tweets essentially denying making those comments.

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Strauss goes on to detail a number of ways Draymond Green has been a problem with the Warriors and their organization. One of the main topics of discussion was the halftime outburst in a February 27th game against the Oklahoma City Thunder which Golden State won in overtime.

Green, who had been scoreless up to that point, went on a halftime rant and was heard screaming in the locker room.

“I am not a robot! I know I can play! You have me messed up right now! If you don't want me to shoot, I won't shoot the rest of the game!”

With other parts of this story also displaying issues with Green, it'll be interesting to see if this story continues to develop over the next couple of days as the countdown to the season goes on, or if it'll die down as teams get ready for the grind of the regular season.