It's no secret the Golden State Warriors are having a tough go of it this year. Fans and players alike are starting to get frustrated, just as Draymond Green is after missing the All-Star Game for the second straight season.
Draymond expressed his frustration not only with the voting, but with the game itself. He's irritated with the emphasis on offensive stats and the offensive part of the game, and attributed it to why the NBA's ratings are down.
After making the All-Star Game for three straight years (2015-16 until 2017-18), he's missed the last two after his offensive stats began to falter. His underwhelming stats have even caught the attention of NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley, who called him out during a pregame show last week.
Draymond's frustration is understandable, but going after the game itself, the sport that puts food on his table and millions in his bank account, just makes him come across as salty.