Tony Robbins kisses Warriors’ Draymond Green on the neck
The Golden State Warriors are on cloud nine right now following their four-game sweep of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2018 NBA Finals. Once again, the Warriors are kissing a Larry O’Brien Trophy. Planting smooches on the said hardware is definitely a more pleasant thing to experience for the Warriors than having Tony Robbins kiss their necks, which was exactly what Draymond Green got from the renowned life coach, as you can see in the video below.
Green did not seem to mind it all, though, or maybe he just did not notice Robbins’ smack. That’s a hard one to ignore considering the apparent aggressiveness of Robbins, who went after Green’s neck akin to the way a man would to a slab of ham after a month of fasting.
By the way, this was not Robbins’ first encounter with the Warriors. Back in March, Robbins spoke to the team a day after Stephen Curry’s 30th birthday, per Connor Letourneau of SFGate.com.
As you probably already know, the Warriors canceled practice Tuesday — yes, the day after they celebrated Stephen Curry’s 30th birthday.
However, Golden State still met at its practice facility for a team meeting. Head coach Steve Kerr, who often invites guest speakers from outside the realm of basketball, had world-renowned life coach Tony Robbins speak to the players about maximizing their potential.
What Tommy Robbins did to Draymond Green also was more acceptable than what Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand was doing to his opponents’ necks and faces during this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs in the NHL.