Draymond Green revives a three-year-old jab at Rudy Gobert for crying over All-Star

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Stefan Djordjevic

04/Feb/22 13:56


Draymond Green took another jab at Rudy Gobert for his tears after the 2019 All-Star snub

By Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net

In 2019, Rudy Gobert reacted emotionally with tears after hearing that he didn’t make the cut for the NBA All-Star roster but Draymond Green didn’t have much sympathy and took a jab at his rival with an “I guess I should cry too” remark via Twitter.

Three years later, with both players making the reserve pool for the 2022 All-Star, Green made somewhat of a throwback with a new jab after TNT’s Kenny Smith asked him about who would take an All-Star snub the hardest.

“One thing I can assure you, if I didn’t make it this year I wasn’t gonna cry. Hundred percent assure you that,” Green said, jumping on the opportunity. “It has to be Rudy. The man cried on national television when he didn’t make the All-Star team. Thank god he’s made the next three.”

“You can’t cry, Chuck. I said it then. Imma say it now. I got killed on Twitter then. I’ll probably get killed today but you can’t cry. Come on man,” Green said after Charles Barkley had joined in with “leave the man alone”. Barkley also finished the ‘joke’ with: “He’s French, he’s sensitive.”