NBA media day sessions have been filled with questions on COVID-19 vaccination and where players stand on the subject. One Golden State Warriors player, Andrew Wiggins, is at the center of the headlines as he’s in line to miss every single home game should he refuse to get the shot.
That’s why this one photo of Draymond Green allegedly shading his those against taking the vaccine took many by surprise. While Green has never been bashful speaking what’s on his mind, the topic has been highly sensitive to discuss, with many of his peers, including his own Warriors teammate, expressing their hesitation to get the shot.
— Leif Linderman (@LeifLinderman) September 27, 2021
But alas, twas a fake photo. At first glance it may look like a normal shot. But you’ll notice the oddly unruffled area where the logo is placed on the shirt. The Warriors star himself addressed the viral snapshot, claiming everyone was gullible enough to fall for a fake.
“They got ya’ll. Believe half of what you see.”
Draymond addresses photoshopped pic floating around social. “believe half of what you see”. pic.twitter.com/DLqcrziR10
— TheWarriorsTalk (@TheWarriorsTalk) September 29, 2021
For what it’s worth, Draymond Green has been confirmed to be vaccinated. However, he clearly doesn’t want to get into a war of words on such a polarizing topic, especially one affecting his own team at the moment.
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