NBA Champion Sounds Off on Former Knicks Veteran

Draymond Green, New York Knicks


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Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors plays against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

Generally speaking, when it comes to New York basketball buzz, despite having finished with a losing record in 17 of the last 22 years, the Knicks are usually the team cultivating the bulk of the attention.

That said, when it comes to the 2022 NBA offseason, without a doubt all eyes have been on their crosstown rivals, the Brooklyn Nets.

Understandably so, as the summer festivities were kicked off with a June 30 tweet by Shams Charania reporting that Nets star Kevin Durant wanted out of Brooklyn, the franchise has been found stuck in the limelight for a little over a month now with no real end to the madness in sight.

Still, even with all this high-profile hoopla running amok, in one way or another it seems as though the conversation always makes its way back to the Knicks. Such was the case in an August 11 episode of “The Draymond Green Show” where he answered several questions sent in by fans, many of which had direct links to the orange and blue.

One inquiry, in particular, ended up being a major compliment for a former member of the Knickerbockers, as the four-time NBA Champion declared veteran big man, Taj Gibson, as the “non-superstar” that gave him the most trouble when on defense.