Video: Draymond Green Sick of Double Standard After Drummond 'Resting'

Draymond Green is one of the more vocal players in the NBA and after the Golden State Warriors game on Monday night, Green let it all out. His topic of choice this time around was the Cleveland Cavaliers benching Andre Drummond which they work on facilitating a trade. Green sees a double standard in the process and had this to say about the Cavs' decision:

I would like to talk about something that's really bothering me. And it's the treatment of players in this league. To watch Andre Drummond, before the game, sit on the sidelines, then go to the back, and to come out in street clothes because a team is going to trade him, it's bullshit.

When James Harden asked for a trade, and essentially dogged it ... no one's going to fight back that James was dogging it his last days in Houston, but he was castrated for wanting to go to a different team. And everybody destroyed that man. And yet a team can come out and say, 'Oh, we want to trade a guy,' and then that guy has to go sit, and if he doesn't stay professional, then he's a cancer. And he's not good in someone's locker room, and he's the issue.

Green went on to dive into Anthony Davis' trade demands from New Orleans and Kyrie Irving asking for some rest due to his mental health, here's more from Green himself:

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