Draymond Green charges NBA over late Nuggets-Warriors suspension

Draymond Green finished the course angrily from his living room. Prepared to see his teammates play the last game of the Golden State Warriors this 2021, he was left with honey on his lips before the suspension of the game against the Denver Nuggets at the last minute. The reason given by the NBA was that the Colorado franchise could not put together the minimum of eight regulation players to play the match.

Precisely to avoid these problems, The league has modified the transfer regulations in recent weeks and has made the hiring conditions more flexible for franchises, even forcing to sign replacement players for every certain number of casualties due to covid-19.

Despite renewed protocols that reduce quarantine for those vaccinated ten to six days in the NBA (ten to five in the United States as a country), the Nuggets failed to raise the required minimum staffing after the positives of Jeff Green, Zeke Nnaji and Bones Hyland.

Denver coach Michael Malone also entered protocols Thursday and the accumulation of injuries (Monte Morris, Aaron Gordon, Austin Rivers and Vlatko Cancar) ended up messing the Nuggets’ lineup.

Green, who is also isolated for having tested positive, he launched into criticizing the league on social networks for using a divergent criterion in just a couple of days:

“How can you keep suspending games when you have set rules so that this stops happening? Doesn’t this give other teams a competitive advantage? Weren’t the guys we were on sick leave the other day part of the reason for our defeat? Choose a side, but don’t avoid the fence. “

A couple of days ago, the Warriors fell against the Nuggets affected by several losses due to covid, something that has not happened with the suspension and postponement of the second clash between the two teams in a period of three days.

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Draymond Green charges NBA over late Nuggets-Warriors suspension