Draymond Green’s mom retweets criticism of Kevin Durant, Steve Kerr, other Dubs
The Los Angeles Clippers pulled off one of the biggest upsets in playoff history as they mounted an epic come-from-behind victory against the defending champs, the Golden State Warriors, in Game 2 of their first-round series matchup.
A lot of Warriors fans were not happy with how the Dubs blew a huge lead in the second half, and one such supporter was none other than the mother of Warriors forward Draymond Green.
Green’s mom, Mary Barbers, took to Twitter to share her utter disappointment with the defeat. The outspoken Barbers went on a retweet barrage, which included some criticism on Dubs star Kevin Duranr and his apparent lack of focus on the game.
@KDTrey5 stop playing the game with Beverly. Play your game.
— ChrisIsTheWayILive (@GOSU49) April 16, 2019
Doc knows he can’t put Beverly on Steph because it’s cookies, so he put him on KD to get in his head and it’s worked 2 games in a row…..
— Manny Gabriel (@NinerGangManny) April 16, 2019
KD more turnovers than shot attempts? Has that ever happened before ?
— warriorsworld (@warriorsworld) April 16, 2019
Barbers also appeared to agree with some fans who believes that Warriors head coach got his rotations all wrong in the second half, which may have handed the Clippers with the opportunity to come back.
Marcus, can you confirm or deny that Kerr picked the rotations in the third quarter out of a hat? Did he lose a dare? What the hell was that?
— kevgilday (@kevgilday) April 16, 2019
This is what happens when you play Wuinn Cook and McKinnie a whole qtr in the playoffs
— Amber 🇵🇷❤ (@amc_boriqua510) April 16, 2019
Finally, Barbers was also feeling for DeMarcus Cousins who may have just played his last game as a Warrior after exiting the ballgame with a potentially season-ending quad injury.
— nomadic (@nomad_blcksheep) April 16, 2019
It's been a chaotic last hour here at Oracle but can I say this: I feel very sad for @boogiecousins. Stinks.
— Ann Killion (@annkillion) April 16, 2019
Barbers’ disappointment is certainly warranted after the Warriors blew a 31-point lead in what should have been easily a 2-0 series lead for Golden State.
With the series now tied at 1-1, Game 3 in Los Angeles will take place on Thursday night, with the Clippers now with more belief than ever that they might actually have what it takes to defeat the Warriors in this series.