Draymond Jamal Green is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association. Recently, the news of his arrest spread online. His fans want to know whether he has been arrested or not. In this post, you will know the truth.
Was Draymond Green Arrested?
Draymond Green is in the spotlight again when a video of him allegedly getting into a physical altercation with a fan went viral. Twitter handle NBA Centel, known for its controversial news updates, posted the clip and wrote that Green was arrested for knocking out a fan after the game on December 3, 2023.
Draymond Green was arrested after the Clippers game for knocking out a fan after being called an “expensive backpack.”
— NBAĆentel (@TheNBACentel) December 2, 2023
However, it was soon reported that the clip was from 2016 when the four-time NBA champion was booked for misdemeanor assault after being heckled by a fan in East LA.
Other than the rumor, Draymond Green had a great game with 21 points, nine rebounds, and four assists. Golden State fell to 9-11 after losing 113-112 to the Clippers.
Before making any assumptions it’s our priority to wait for official confirmation. Celebrities also have feelings and it’s important for all of us to don’t hurt anyone’s feelings. Below you will get some other information related to Draymond Green.
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Draymond Green’s Collegiate Journey to NBA Stardom
Green, a power forward is a four-time NBA champion, four-time All-Star, two-time All-NBA and two-time Olympic gold medalist. He led the league in steals, was an eight-time All-Defensive Team member and was named NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 2017.
Green was a three-time Defensive Player of the Year runner-up. Green, from Saginaw, Michigan, played collegiate basketball for Michigan State helping them reach two Final Fours and win the 2012 Big Ten tournament. In his four years of college, Green was Big Ten Conference Sixth Man of the Year as a sophomore and consensus All-American and NABC National Player of the Year as a senior.
He was picked 35th overall by the Golden State Warriors in 2012 and helped them win titles in 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2022. Green, who plays significant minutes as an undersized center in the Warriors’ “Death Lineup” is one of the leaders in an NBA trend of versatile frontcourt players who can play and defend multiple positions, make plays for teammates and space the floor.
One of the top passers and defensive players of the 2010s, he is noted for his steals, shot-blocking, rebounding, and defense. His on-court behavior and “dirty” physical play have also been questioned.