Draymond Green Says Melo Being Out Of The League For So Long Was Bulls*hit

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Draymond Green Says Melo Being Out Of The League For So Long Was Bulls*hit

 

After a rough year in Oklahoma City, Anthony was traded to the Atlanta Hawks in a three-way deal, but never played a minute for the Hawks, and was bought out of his contract. Houston then signed him and was hopeful that he could improve their team.

That only lasted a couple of weeks, before Carmelo Anthony’s services were no longer required in Houston. He was the easy scapegoat for how subpar and dysfunctional the Rockets were. Then, the Portland Trail Blazers finally gave Melo a chance this season, a chance Melo took full advantage of.

Anthony’s performances have helped the Blazers to improve after an awful start to the season, and before the Blazers’ game against the Golden State Warriors last night, which they ended up winning, Warriors forward Draymond Green said it was ‘bullsh*t’ that Melo was out of a job for so long.

Per NBC Sports Bay Area:

 

“I just think it’s the disrespect that goes around this league for a first-ballot Hall of Famer. Even if you don’t think he can play, which obviously we all know he can, but even if you don’t think he can play, he’s a first-ballot Hall of Famer. If he wants to play basketball, then he should be able to play.

It just gave people in a position of power the right to use it against him. People who have done less for the game making decisions on people who have done more. It’s bulls–t.”

 

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