- It is unclear what comments Bonta Hill made that Green took issue with.
- Green did not speak to Hill for long and responded bluntly and quickly to his questions.
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Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green turned up the heat in a postgame interview with NBC Sports Bay Area.
Green was not very impressed with some negative comments made by studio host Bonta Hill after Warrior was suspended earlier this year.
With Hill sitting next to Chris Mullin and Festus Ezeli after Golden State beat the New York Knicks, Green didn’t even let the host finish his opening question.
‘Bonta, I’m surprised you’re talking to me. The way you talked about me when I was suspended, I’m really surprised you’re talking to me.
Hill was taken aback by Green’s nerve as Mullin and Ezeli looked at the host and laughed.
Draymond Green called out studio host Bonta Hill (far left) for criticizing him this season
Green was not interested in answering Hill’s questions in depth and just stared at the camera.
Against the Knicks, Green dropped seven points, ten rebounds and six assists in the win.
In an attempt to get back on the schedule, Hill asked Green what it was like to play the only game of the year at Madison Square Garden.
Green, apparently not interested in talking to Hill for long, simply responded, “It’s always a fun game” before staring into the camera.
When it was Ezeli’s turn to ask a question, Green’s mood immediately improved when he was given the opportunity to talk to his former teammate.
Green started the game, but played only 27 minutes. He shot 3-4 from the field for seven points, but added ten rebounds, six assists and a block in the 110-99 victory.