‘I don’t think Armageddon is coming because of this’ — Spears breaks down KD-Draymond incident

Warriors stars jawed at close of regulation, and in locker room, on Monday night

Karl Buscheck
November 13, 2018 - 12:26 pm

The Warriors’ 121-116 overtime loss to the Clippers on Monday night was punctuated by a tense scene between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green who exchanged words on the bench after Green had flubbed the final play of regulation.

For context, here’s footage of the scene that sparked all the trouble:

Then on Tuesday morning, the following Woj/Spears bomb dropped:

Spears then joined “Steinmetz and Guru” to break down all the specifics surrounding the kerfuffle. Spears said the sparring in the locker room was strictly verbal, not physical.

“The voices did kind of escalate and it did get kind of heated in the locker room in terms of discussion about what went wrong on the court,” Spears said on 95.7 The Game. “And it sounds like a lot of the guys were taking Durant’s side. And Draymond definitely was holding his own about how he felt about the situation, as well.”

Asked about the bigger-importance of the incident, Spears said he’s not sure how significant it is, but also admitted it’s not nothing.

“Draymond’s going to say what he wants to say," Spears explained. "But when you’ve got other strong voices on the team — like DeMarcus (Cousins) and Andre Iguodala and (Stephen) Curry — you know, they’re going to hash it out but I don’t think Armageddon is coming because of this.”

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