Udonis Haslem says ‘Draymond broke the code’ on Finals opponent

Boston – Miami Heat Long time forward Golden State Warriors striker Odunis Haslam ruled out Draymond Green, saying The heroes of the Western Conference will end up facing off Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals.

Led by Jimmy Butler with 47 points, nine rebounds, eight assists and four shootings, the Heat shocked the basketball community by Game 6 robbery on Friday to extend the series In Game 7 on Sunday in Miami.

Green made the comment on TNT’s “Inside the NBA” game show on Thursday night after the Warriors beat the Dallas Mavericks in Five matches.

“Draymond has broken the code,” Haslem told Yahoo Sports after The Hitz. 111-103 victory. “You’re not supposed to say some words like that. That’s disrespectful. He knows better than that.”

Miami Heat striker Odonis Haslam said Golden State Warriors striker Draymond Green “broke the code” when Green said the Warriors would face the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals. (Mitchell Leaf/Getty Images)

Shaquille O’Neal Green asked “Inside the NBA” who he’d like to face in the Finals, and the second team member in the all-around defense proceeded to smash the strengths of each Eastern Conference opponent. O’Neill interrupted him and urged him to answer the question.

“I’ll tell you who I think we’ll play. We’ll play Boston,” Green replied. “That’s what we’ll play.”

“Shaq has let a peer pressure him into saying some dirty things he has no business to say,” Haslam told Yahoo Sports. I didn’t sleep much after he said that. That was some bulls***.”

Several Heat players said they felt Green crossed the line.

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“I don’t know what part of the game that is,” Heat striker BJ Tucker told Yahoo Sports of Green’s comment. “A player picks the team before he goes out. That’s crazy, brother.”

The The NBA Finals begin June 2 in San Francisco. Warriors and green are waiting for their opponent.

“We are going home [for Game 7]We did what we were supposed to do,” Haslem told Yahoo Sports. Never count us.”

Members of the Miami Heat bench react against the Boston Celtics during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final on May 27, 2022 at TD Garden in Boston.  The Heat beat Game 7 again in Miami.  (Maddy Meyer/Getty Images)

Members of the Miami Heat bench react against the Boston Celtics during Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Final on May 27, 2022 at TD Garden in Boston. The Heat beat Game 7 again in Miami. (Maddy Meyer/Getty Images)

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