Who knew that a play late in Sunday Night Football's game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos, would have led to cyber warfare between Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, and ESPN's Adam Schefter.
It all started with Schefter questioning Broncos WR Bennie Fowler for running into the end zone with three minutes left in the game, rather than stopping short to kill time.
If Broncos WR Bennie Fowler had just taken a knee near the end zone instead of going into the end zone, there's no OT and this game is over.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 28, 2016
The Broncos were already up 17-16 at the time and the Chiefs had no timeouts remaining, so Schefter does have a point here.
However, Draymond Green doesn't believe in good points.
In today's doing too much News... no way any athlete would have ever said this.... wow https://t.co/xw1QFmbTgh— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 28, 2016
Naturally, Schefter fired back with more evidence to support his statement.
Green then proceeded to respond the way every other athlete who gets proven wrong by the media does.
@AdamSchefter talk to me about a play when you actually play the game... right now your word is very similar to John Clayton...— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 28, 2016
Sure, Schefter may not know what it's like to be in such a high-stakes moment, but Green perhaps needs to admit that leaving three minutes on the clock in a one-score game probably isn't the best of ideas.