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Draymond Green asks Jae Crowder if he wants to fight, after the game, and Jae Crowder walks away | Suns at Warriors [VIDEO]

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Draymond Green asks Jae Crowder if he wants to fight, after the game, and Jae Crowder walks away | Suns at Warriors [VIDEO]

Jae Crowder walks away after Draymond Green asks if he wants to fight

At one point, the Phoenix Suns and Golden State Warriors boasted identical 25-6 records. Both the Suns and Warriors were impressive, but for different reasons. The Phoenix Suns impressed people, because they began 1-3, and were two wins from the title, just one year prior. On the other hand, the Golden State Warriors left people impressed, due to not having Klay Thompson. Young guys like Andrew Wiggins stepped up.

The Warriors were being compared to their 2015 team and, when it counted, they beat the Suns. As the Suns dominated the NBA, the Warriors beat them twice, including on Christmas Day. Since Christmas, the Suns and Warriors have gone down vastly different paths. While the Suns only got better, from their 25-6 start, the Warriors became a .500 team. Meanwhile, the Suns are 62-14, and the only question ESPN has is who can stop them, in the West.

Draymond Green is normally the “stopper” for the Golden State Warriors. While the Warriors have superstar players, Draymond Green is the heart of the team. Green blames his absence in Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals for the reason they lost that series. Still, Draymond Green is one of the NBA’s most aggressive players. Last night, Draymond got into it with Jae Crowder, who is the Phoenix Suns’ “enforcer.” At the end of the game, Draymond asked Jae if he wanted to fight, and Crowder walked off.

Jae Crowder walks away after Draymond Green asks if he wants to fight

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