NBA rumble: Draymond Green tries to RNC Rudy Gobert during clash

In a recent face-off between the Warriors and Timberwolves, the court witnessed more than just strategic basketball moves. The game, filled with intense trash-talking, took an unexpected turn, evolving into a full-blown scuffle that left fans in disbelief.

The unexpected brawl erupted less than two minutes into the highly anticipated rematch, adding an unexpected layer of drama to the already heated rivalry between the two teams.

The initial altercation between Klay Thompson and Jaden McDaniels began well before midcourt. McDaniels took issue with Thompson’s physical hold, attempting to break free from the grip. The tension escalated as the two players failed to separate, setting the stage for a classic NBA skirmish.

Amidst the chaos of a typical “hold me back” NBA brawl, Draymond Green seized the opportunity, swiftly entering the fray to engage with Rudy Gobert. What unfolded next shocked spectators as Green attempted what can only be described as a headlock or chokehold on Gobert. While opinions on Gobert may vary, this move seemed to cross a line for many.

The intensity of the altercation hinted at a personal vendetta, especially considering the well-documented disdain between Draymond Green and Rudy Gobert. Green’s actions appeared fueled by something beyond the typical in-game rivalry.

As emotions ran high, it became evident that Draymond Green had taken the ongoing banter to an extreme level, potentially risking a suspension. Given the history between the players involved, a disciplinary action from the league seems imminent.

The fallout from the scuffle resulted in ejections for Draymond Green, Jaden McDaniels, and Klay Thompson. While it may be argued that Thompson got the short end of the stick, considering McDaniels’ role in instigating the altercation, the NBA’s stance on fighting is clear.

Draymond Green’s recent ejection against the Cavs only adds to the scrutiny he faces from the league. The NBA, striving for increased viewership in its new tournament games, unintentionally found a surefire way to capture attention – let the players engage in on-court battles, ensuring skyrocketing ratings.

Adam Silver may have just stumbled upon an unconventional method to boost game viewership, even if it comes at the cost of a few ejections. As the league contemplates the repercussions of this heated encounter, one thing is certain – the Warriors/Timberwolves clash will be a talked-about moment for weeks to come.