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Sport Draymond Green tried to be “similar to Tony Romo” as TNT analyst, drawing praise for his insight

15:00  01 october  2020
15:00  01 october  2020 Source:   awfulannouncing.com

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Spending the postseason as an NBA analyst for TNT , Draymond Green drew praise for his insight and willingness to Yet according to the New York Times‘ Marc Stein, Draymond Green doesn’t mind the break. Green told Stein that he tries to emulate CBS’ Tony Romo in his analysis , looking to

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Green probably drew the most headlines for comments on TNT’s Inside the NBA regarding Phoenix Suns guard Devin Booker that drew a $50,000 tampering fine. But as Stein points out in his latest NBA newsletter, the Warriors forward impressed with his analysis several times during his TNT playoffs stint.

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Among Green’s standout moments were criticizing Joel Embiid settling for long-range shots and Nikola Jokic’s failure to rotate properly on defense.

Green told Stein that he tries to emulate CBS’ Tony Romo in his analysis, looking to educate the audience on what players see in various situations.

“The offense is lined up and the defense is lined up and he’s telling us exactly what the offense is about to do because of what he sees,” Green said. “Similar to Tony Romo, I want to give the world insight on what is actually going on out there on the court, as opposed to people thinking they know what’s going on.”

Considering Romo’s current TV salary, he’s surely the right guy for Green to follow. Although other analysts, such as ESPN’s Alex Rodriguez, have attempted to imitate Romo’s approach unsuccessfully.

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Green’s commentary has also included some media criticism. ESPN’s Malika Andrews and Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe tweeting that yelling could be heard in the Boston Celtics’ locker room following the team losing Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals to the Miami Heat.

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Draymond Green tried to be “ similar to Tony Romo ” as TNT analyst , drawing praise for his insight . Green drew praise for his willingness to criticize fellow NBA players and incomplete reporting by media.

NBA. Draymond Green tried to be “ similar to Tony Romo ” as TNT analyst , drawing praise for his insight . Green drew praise for his willingness to criticize fellow NBA players and incomplete reporting by media.

Possible tension among Celtics players certainly made for an enticing story, but Green believed that sort of thing shouldn’t have been reported until players were asked about it and could comment. Furthermore, outbursts like that are more common among winning teams because those players care more about the bigger results, rather than individual statistics.

However, Green might be particularly sensitive to the topic of locker room arguments, considering reports of confrontations with coach Steve Kerr and former teammate Kevin Durant.

According to Stein, we were originally supposed to see more from Green during TNT’s coverage of the Western Conference finals. But the birth of his third child necessitated a return home to California.

There’s plenty more worth reading in Stein’s piece, including Green’s feelings toward Charles Barkley, with whom he’s feuded in the past, Ernie Johnson’s high praise for the aspiring analyst, and Green’s social justice activism. But he also sees a return to championship contention for his Warriors team.

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[New York Times]

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