Warriors forward Draymond Green is a great all-around basketball player. He just isn’t good at any other sports, according to his teammate Andre Iguodala.
Green may have all of the skills to succeed in football he can run, he can catch, he has size, it’s just that he can’t throw a football or do much else on the field. He also can’t throw a baseball, and he’s a horrible golfer.
According to TMZ, police responded to the area around 10 p.m. local time and found a large crowd of people blocking the roadway. Three people then grabbed at their waistbands and ran away from the scene, and officers pursued them. Randolph was arrested and charged with drug possession with intent to sell, a felony, after being found with a large quantity of marijuana, and the crowd became increasingly unruly as arrests were made. TMZ said six police cars were vandalized before order was restored.
CBS Los Angeles reported Randolph and another man were arrested after a mob confronted police at the site. According to the Los Angeles Times, police later formed a skirmish line in an attempt to disperse the crowd.
Online records show Randolph was arrested at 11 p.m. and booked into jail at 4:23 a.m., with his bail set at $20,000.
Randolph, 36, signed a two-year, $24 million deal with Sacramento in July. The two-time All-Star spent the previous eight seasons with the Grizzlies.
No one will be best served if the Raptors, on numerous occasions, match up against a visiting Western Conference team’s B-squad. The slight improvement in wins-and-losses won’t equate to any meaningful improvement come playoff time. In the meantime, fans should be able to go to the ACC and see Stephen Curry and the Warriors, or James Harden and the Rockets. No offense to those the teammates of those All-Stars, but the product isn’t the same without those top-tier players.