The incident, for which Oubre was assessed a Flagrant Foul 2 and ejected from the game, occurred with 9:12 remaining in the second quarter of the Wizards' 116-89 blowout victory over the Celtics at Verizon Center in Washington.
You know things are bad when Draymond Green, who has kicked several different players on a basketball court, is calling you out for dirty play. While most fans agreed with that take, they couldn't help but point out the irony when he said, "I don't respect guys like that". "Dirty player. Man, I don't respect guys like that".
"Everyone has their own opinion, but I don't agree (with) it", Bradley said.
"Physicality is something that comes with the game of basketball and you just have to come out and play your game", he said. Obviously, I thought that when Oubre took umbrage to the screen and then ran at Kelly and, from there, to be honest, in that moment I thought both sides' cooler heads prevailed.
"But the league makes the calls on what happens next and what happens during the game with all those things". "He set a screen, it was called a common foul, it was reviewed by the league, the league determined it was a common foul and another guy rushed him and chucked him on the ground".
Olynyk tried to steer the conversation to Wednesday's Game 5 after Tuesday's practice but reaffirmed that he does not consider himself a dirty player. "So the audience you're going after, you have already made dislike you".
"We know that we have the ability to win there", said Wall.
Green also had social media advice for New York Knicks star Kristaps Porizingis, who said his tweet about the Los Angeles Clippers was the product of him being hacked. Veteran tricks is grabbing an arm so the guy can't get there to block the shot, you know what I'm saying, or passing the ball and cutting somebody off so they can't get there to contest.
"That's ridiculous. I know who I am". "Because I think it's important to clear your mind and get ready for preparation [on Saturday]". Like, this dude be out there trying to hurt people. However, the multiple altercations in Game 3 may be the biggest story coming out of the Wizards blowout win. You've just gotta continue to play through it and especially on the road.