Wife of Warriors’ Draymond Green slams Celtics fans for chanting obscenities in front of her kids


‘Are they not human?’ Wife of Warriors star Draymond Green lashes out at Celtics fans for chanting obscenities at her husband in front of their children as Boston won Game 3 of NBA Finals

  • The wife of Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green excoriated Boston Celtics fans for ‘chanting obscenities’ at her husband in front of their children
  • ‘F*** you, Draymond,’ Celtics fans chanted after he fouled out in Wednesday’s 116-100 loss, which gave the Celtics a 2-1 series lead heading into Game 4 Friday
  • His wife, Hazel Renee, not only criticized Celtics fans, but the NBA as well for failing to implement its fan code of conduct, which prohibits obscene chants 
  • Green later told reporters in front of his son that he played ‘like s***’ in the loss

The wife of Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green excoriated Boston Celtics fans for ‘chanting obscenities’ at her husband in front of their children after he fouled out of Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night.

‘F*** you, Draymond,’ repeated the Boston faithful after Green committed his sixth foul in Wednesday’s 116-100 loss, which gave the Celtics a 2-1 series lead heading into Friday’s Game 4. The three-time NBA champion is a favorite target for opposing NBA fans, who usually object to his trash talking, physical play, and frequent complaints to officials. 

Green’s wife, Hazel Renee, not only criticized Celtics fans, but the league as well for failing to implement the NBA’s fan code of conduct, which prohibits obscene chants.

Draymond Green was targeted by Celtics fans throughout the Warriors' loss on Wednesday

Draymond Green was targeted by Celtics fans throughout the Warriors’ loss on Wednesday

Hazel Renee called Celtics fans 'disgusting'

Green's wife, Hazel Renee, not only criticized Celtics fans, but the league as well for failing to implement the NBA's fan code of conduct, which prohibits obscene chants

The wife of Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green excoriated Boston Celtics fans for ‘chanting obscenities’ at her husband in front of their children after he fouled out of Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday night. Green’s wife, Hazel Renee, not only criticized Celtics fans, but the league as well for failing to implement the NBA’s fan code of conduct, which prohibits obscene chants

While seated alongside his four-year-old son, Green admitted he played like 's***' in the loss

While seated alongside his four-year-old son, Green admitted he played like ‘s***’ in the loss

One Celtics fan shows off a custom t-shirt in anticipation of Green's arrival on Wednesday

One Celtics fan shows off a custom t-shirt in anticipation of Green’s arrival on Wednesday

‘Tough loss tonight BUT in NO WAY, shape or form should fans be allowed to chant obscenities at players!’ Renee wrote, adding that her children heard spectators ‘calling their dad a ‘b–ch.

‘Are they not human?’ she continued. ‘Is someone standing at your job saying off the wall things to you? The NBA has the audacity to have a whole code of conduct card at every seat about fans and their behavior and how they could be ejected from a game or banned but a whole crowd/section numbers people get to chant (cq) F–K YOU DRAYMOND or call him a B–ch or MF?!’ And nothing?? Like that’s ok??’

‘Warriors fans would NEVER!! My kids were at the game tonight hearing that mess! Very DISGUSTING of you little Celtics fans Just shameful!’

Warriors coach Steve Kerr

Warriors guard Klay Thompson

Warriors guard Klay Thompson (right) and coach Steve Kerr sarcastically called Boston ‘classy’

Green seemed less concerned about the curse words after the game, and even admitted during a post-game press conference in front of his son that he ‘played like shit’ against the Celtics.

Later, on his own podcast, Green said he wasn’t bothered by the cursing because his one-year-old daughter can’t decipher what’s being said and he’s teaching his son to ignore that kind of thing.

‘I’m raising a man, so I don’t make much of him hearing that or seeing that,’ Green said. ‘It is what it is.’

Green was also recently seen giving Memphis Grizzlies fans the middle finger during an earlier playoff game last month

Green was also recently seen giving Memphis Grizzlies fans the middle finger during an earlier playoff game last month

Green was also recently seen giving Memphis Grizzlies fans the middle finger during an earlier playoff game last month.  

His teammate, Klay Thompson, and coach, Steve Kerr, were more bothered, and both sarcastically called Celtics fans ‘classy’ during their post-game press conferences.

‘We’ve played in front of rude fans before,’ Thompson said. ‘Dropping F-bombs with children in the crowd. Really classy. Good job Boston.’

Green had just two points, three assists, and four rebounds before fouling out in 35 minutes of action.

Green had just two points, three assists, and four rebounds before fouling out in 35 minutes

Green had just two points, three assists, and four rebounds before fouling out in 35 minutes

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