Al Horford’s sister tweets about ‘soiled’ Draymond Green
Al Horford’s sister Anna was livid with Warriors ahead Draymond Green on Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.
Anna took to Twitter to complain about Green, who had numerous bodily moments amidst the Warriors’ steamroll over the Celtics, 107-88, to even the NBA Finals at one recreation apiece.
“If Draymond can’t outplay an opponent, he simply resorts to playing dirty,” Anna tweeted, including a throwing-up emoji.
“And (Jordan) Poole has followed his lead. Lmao,” she wrote in a separate tweet.
Green acquired a technical within the first quarter after a collision with Grant Williams from behind. He later received snarled with Jaylen Brown within the second quarter and appeared to tug down Brown’s shorts. Officials didn’t give Green a second tech.
“I would hate to see someone ejected right now,” ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy said on the printed. “But the normal call would be a double-T.”
Anna went backwards and forwards with former Celtics massive man, Kendrick Perkins, about Green’s play throughout Game 2.
“How many times can Draymond hack Al & not get called for it?” she tweeted.
“I love Al but he has to go up stronger than that,” Perkins replied.
“I get what you’re saying but a hack is a hack,” Anna tweeted again.
Horford completed the loss with two factors to go along with eight rebounds and a single help. Green recorded 9 factors, seven assists, and 5 rebounds.
Anna additionally re-shared numerous tweets criticizing Green and the officiating within the 2022 NBA Finals. She referred to as Game 1 her “happy place,” when the Celtics beat the Warriors, 120-108, in San Francisco.
“Ugly game, but we’re good. Can’t wait to bounce back game 3,” Anna tweeted with the hashtag, “#BelieveInBoston.”
Game 3 is Wednesday evening in Boston.