Be careful what you post on social media.
Draymond Green wasn't, and is now receiving unwanted attention. The star small forward of the defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors posted a Snapchat story of himself driving his BMW at speeds up to 118 miles per hour Wednesday, before deleting it.
Despite deleting it, he had to know that somebody was going to obtain the footage, and soon enough the Snapchat video was posted on TMZ Sports later in the same day. Although you don't see Green's face in the video, the clip was quickly deleted. That and TMZ points out that Green also posted to the same Snapchat story earlier, as he was zoning out to a couple of different tunes. Hmm...
The Warriors didn't seem to happy about it, either.
"We are aware of the video and will discuss it with Draymond after tonight's game," the Warriors said in a statement Wednesday night, as reported by the Bay Area News Group, before the champs defeated the Los Angeles Clippers. "We hold all of our players and staff members to a high standard that sends a positive message and example to our fans and the community in general. We look forward to having a conversation with Draymond and getting additional information."
Let's be clear... nobody should be driving over 100 mph anywhere. But if you're going to do it, don't document it on social media, man.
Not smart, Draymond.
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