Conor McGregor's odd fashion choice of a Warriors jersey lands him a beef with Draymond Green – Washington Post
Properly, that is enjoyable. Not as enjoyable as NBA summer season league, however nonetheless.
Draymond Green bought into it with Conor McGregor over an Instagram submit wherein McGregor, the UFC star who's prepping for his Aug. 26 bout towards Floyd Mayweather, is sporting a classic Golden State Warriors jersey. Green, the Warriors’ trash-speaking star, was none too happy.
“We rocking with Floyd, bro, not you. … take that off bruh,” Green wrote.
The shirt could bear Green’s No. 23, but it surely’s really a C.J. Watson jersey and McGregor wasted no time in replying: “That’s C.J. Watson mate. I don’t know who the [expletive] you might be. No disrespect tho child, hold hustling and keep in class.”
McGregor wasn’t completed there, delivering one other shot. “Now ask your self why I’m rocking C.J. after I don’t know or given a[n] [expletive] about basketball,” the Irishman wrote. “I dribble heads off the ground. Not a basketball. That is no sport right here, child.”
There’s some hypothesis that McGregor was sending a refined message with his jersey choice. In 2010, Watson reportedly performed a minor function in Floyd Mayweather’s home abuse conviction, SFGate.com’s Katie Dowd writes. Josie Harris, who was Mayweather’s girlfriend on the time, instructed police that Mayweather had assaulted over her “affectionate text messages” with Watson. Mayweather was sentenced to 90 days in jail, 100 hours of group service and a 12-month home-violence program. He additionally was fined $2,500.