Draymond Green has a problem. He won’t stop booting people.
Green avoided a suspension after kicking Steven Adams in the groin during Game 3 of the Golden State Warriors’ Western Conference finals series against the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Warriors forward apparently didn’t learn his lesson, though, as he dished out several more kicks during Golden State’s Game 5 win Thursday night.
Kevin Durant was the recipient of one such scissor kick.
But Durant didn’t get it quite as bad as Andre Roberson, who took a swift boot right to the chops.
In Green’s defense, it doesn’t seem like he’s doing this on purpose. If anything, his persistent leg flailing suggests he really didn’t intentionally kick Adams in the groin in Game 3.
But it doesn’t stop the fact that it hurts to get kicked. And right now, no one’s safe.