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Draymond Green rips The reference for wrong connection on Andrew Wiggins dunk

Draymond Green rips The reference for wrong connection on Andrew Wiggins dunk

Major warrior man Draymond Green doesn’t seem to be the biggest fan of NBA official Mark Davis.

During Sunday 109-100 Match 3 beat the Mavericks, And he attacked Green Davis for accusing him of making an offensive mistake on Andrew Wiggins after he attacked striker Luka Doncic in the fourth quarter.

After Warriors coach Steve Kerr defied the call and it was voided, green shouted “You must be stopped, Mark!” At Davis – who, earlier in the game, issued a technical foul on Green after violating the backcourt in the second quarter.

Referee Mark Davis
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“They tried to take her away!” Wiggins said After the game for the initial wrong call on the play.

The Warriors rose 91-83 late in the fourth quarter when Wiggins eviscerated Doncic at the edge with help from Stephen Curry.

Doncic defended Wiggins, a former number one Timberwolves pick, for most of the match.

“I had a few hits, but that was impressive,” Doncic said after the match. “I’m not going to lie. I watched the video again and said ‘ooof.’ It was unbelievable. I wish I had those bunnies.”

Andrew Wiggins photographing Luka Doncic during Game 3
Andrew Wiggins photographing Luka Doncic during Game 3
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Warriors guard Clay Thompson said Wiggins “looked like Dominic Wilkins outside with the dunkers throwing them to the ground.”

Curry called Dank Wiggins “unbelievable” and said it was “definitely” his favorite that the striker threw.

“You can’t win the playoffs without guys like Wiggs,” Kerr said. “It’s another guy like Steve who never seems to get tired.”

Wiggins She said He was “just feeling the energy” when he flew over Doncic. “The rim was all I saw.”

Wiggins’ young daughter was among the crowd wearing her dad’s last big dip shirt, when he photographed former Minnesota teammate Karl Anthony Towns last November.

Wiggins finished 27 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists in a Game 3 win, giving the Warriors a 3-0 lead in the Western Conference Finals Series.

The Mavericks host the Warriors for Game 4 on Wednesday.

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