Lebron James and Draymond Green share more than just the same jersey number (23). They share the same #1 FEAR Brain Type, and in game 4 things got heated between the two, leading to a suspension for Greene and technical foul for James. “As the Warriors created separation down the stretch Friday night, tempers flared when James attempted to blow up a screen Green was setting for point guard Stephen Curry (#13 FCIR). The two then exchanged words after Green fell to the floor and appeared to make contact with James’ groin area.”
There’s that groin area again.
Anyway, Green later commented that it came down to disrespect. “James stepped over me and I felt like that was disrespectful. I don’t disrespect you on the court. Don’t disrespect me. There’s no love lost. It is what it is. It’s a battle out there. I’m going to battle with whoever it is.” James, in turn, went on to say, “Draymond just said something that I don’t agree with. I’m all cool with the competition. I’m all fine with that, but some of the words that came out of his mouth were a little bit overboard. Being a guy with pride, a guy with three kids and a family, things of that nature, some things just go overboard, and that’s where he took it, and that was it.”
After Green’s karate kick to the groin of Steve Adams (#13 FCIR) a few weeks back, perhaps it’s best he does sit out to learn a small lesson. The Warriors are now up 3-2 in the series, and could close it out tonight.
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I’m not sure if I’m more irritated by Green’s antics lately, or the people who are so biased that they actually protested the NBA’s suspension decision. He needs to learn to keep his emotions more in check, as perhaps the most impulsive of FEAR players since Ron Artest. He did a better job of it last playoffs; this year, far too much out of control.
Anyway, Dubs will probably win in six, as I predicted. Today’s NBA favors the FEAR and FCIR high energy and high volume shooting style of play. The Cavs big three has an introvert who is all but lost out there at this point, scoring two points while passively watching his far more energetic teammates heave it up and keep up with the Warrior extroverts. Love and Rose were the last good ISTPs; now the game and its extrovert favoring cognitive style probably won’t see another dominant ISTP for quite some time.