Warriors Draymond Green should have his own Manningcast
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is a world-renowned speaker. Whether it’s smelly, trashy, or just kicking your gums because you’ve got it, it’s rare that you don’t hear something being said somewhere on the internet. We’ve heard from Green all year since he started his podcast, The Draymond Green Show. Maybe we can get a Dray-cast where he’s commentating basketball games when he’s not playing.
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Something similar to what the Manning Brothers during the last couple of seasons Monday Night Football. Of course, Green probably couldn’t do it during the regular season NBA while he is still an active player, but maybe he could start by calling the summer league games. His podcast is already getting tons of attention, and Turner Sports is always looking for more content, so why not throw Draymond out there and let him crack jokes during summer league as a trial run?
Draymond carved a niche off the court
As players troll each other on social media these days, why not take that energy to live television and unleash Green on another platform? He’s already doing things during the All-Star break and other times when he’s not playing. He’s already carved out a niche in “new media,” so calling the games could be the next step.
On a serious note, Green already provides outstanding analytics and is capable of destroying the game at every level. He is one of the brightest minds in basketball among active players and is “best friends” with LeBron James. He is also a customer of Klutch Sports. Imagine Green and James doing a special Dray appearance in a few years after they retire. This could happen much sooner than people realize James’ latest revelation on retirement Follow the Nuggets sweep the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals. FYI…LeBron is not retiring. This is Hollywood; he is an actor. Don’t fall for the okie doke.
Hopefully this Dray-cast idea works out. Green has a lot to say, and it would be brilliant of Turner Sports to put it on live TV and let it go. Now that’s entertainment.