Draymond Green Accusing Kristaps Porzingis Of Lying – ‘Clippers Tweet Wasn’t A Hack’

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Draymond Green Accusing Kristaps Porzingis Of Lying – ‘Clippers Tweet Wasn’t A Hack’


A couple of days ago, Kristaps Porzingis tweeted “LA Clippers’’ with three smiling emojis next to it. The tweet was deleted shortly after.




The tweet added more speculations to the ‘disfuncitonal Knicks’ discussion and their future. After the regular season had ended, Kristaps Porzingis skipped his exit meetings with the New York Knicks management due to frustration over the dysfunction and drama around the Knicks.

According to Jackson himself, a lot of teams called him up, asking about Porzingis, trying to maybe aquire him in a trade, after Porzingis skipping his meeting went public.

One day after the ominous tweet, Kristaps Porzingis claimed that his twitter account had been hacked.



Draymond Green is having none of that. He does not believe Porzingis’ side of the story with the hacked account. On his podcast ‘Dray Day’, Green said:


“Listen, man. I had an episode on social media this summer, and the first thing I said was that I was hacked. Then I thought about it and I said, I wasn’t hacked. Kristaps, I’m sorry, but no one believes you. You weren’t hacked. You’re trying to go to the Clippers. Kristaps, you lyin’ bro. Maybe you was drunk, and your true feelings came out, and you tweeted your true feelings. But you weren’t hacked, my man. Trust me.”


Next year’s Clippers are a team full of question marks with both Chris Paul and Blake Griffin becoming potential free agents. Adding Kristaps Porzingis, would definitely brighten up their future, but it is very unlikey that the Knicks will actually trade a guy that could become the cornerstone of the franchise for years to come.

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