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There is an NBA player who obviously doesn't like the Warriors and wants to know that he wants revenge.
So much so that he is ready to speak anonymously with Bleacher Report's Ric Bucher Report to tell everyone how much he wants to make Stephen Curry and Dream Green pay for gloss and flexibility.
On Friday, the Bleacher Report published an article entitled "Warriors No More" featuring quotes from an unnamed player and an unnamed CEO who had a lot to say about the Warriors, as long as Bacher kept his names in the story.
with the tricks, "said one player from the Bucher Pacific Division." Now that they're back to reality, you want to beat the hell out of them and see Stef with that towel over your head in the fourth [quarter]. … But now the team is not the Warriors. [You’re not going to punish] Glenn Robinson III and D & # 39; Angelo Russell. It's about Steph and Draymond. "
The player stated that he wanted to see a green game in the Warriors' losses, but that could be difficult because of a finger injury that currently holds him out. However, the player did some math, added some"
"It's a long season," says the player in a text message to Bucher. "Even if he misses 20 games, he will still have to play 50. Lol. And they lose 40 of them. Lol. "
The Vice President of the Eastern Conference joined the anonymous bunch. " Steph shimmies. The Defender of the Mouth. The list is endless, "said the unnamed CEO. (Curry's usual mouth height hangs from his mouth.)
Anonymous sources were widely criticized by Warriors fans on social media, and Curry himself dismissed the report by eight simple laughing emoji.
For their credit, the San Antonio Spurs forward Rudy Gay and the Portland Trail Blazers forward are Rodney Hoods they spoke with Butcher, but of course they were much more diplomatic in expressing their desire for revenge.
"Do you think anybody in lego ue has any involvement with Draymond Green? "said Gay." No, damn it. He is a good dude and everything, but everyone has his or her own time and everyone has their day and it's time for another team to step up.
"But I know for a fact – especially Drymond, who I have great respect for when they were at the top, let everyone know that they were on top, and you felt their presence," Hood said. "But everything ends at some point. The boys were eagerly waiting to get to them without this 7-foot monster [Durant] so now everyone feels like it's a steady place. Everyone is excited about it."
At the end of the article, Bucher – whose reporting has been called into question in the past – quotes a "team source" who says Curry's broken arm "was worse than originally thought, and is unlikely to play again this season. "
Numerous team sources denied this report before the San Francisco Chronicle's Connor Letourneau, calling one source" a complete grave wash. "
Eric Ting is a digital reporter for SFGATE. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @_ ericting