The NBA had obscure player-specific rule bans long before Draymond Green started kicking groins with force. Last week, news broke that NBA officials would be cracking down on the “unnatural acts” of nut-shots, i.e. unnecessary, intentional hits to the groin.
Brought to the forefront by the ball-blasting tendencies of a certain Golden State Warriors point forward, the ban should be patented as the “Draymond Green Rule.
Draymond Green denied he intentionally kicked Steven Adams in the groin, and despite fans thinking otherwise, and the NBA appeared to (...)
"It's such a bizarre thing to regulate. But it'll help me out a lot." The post Steven Adams Thought The NBA’s ‘Unnatural Acts’ Crack Down Was A Joke appeared first on SLAMonline.
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