Draymond Green made headlines when he got into a small scuffle with Jordan Poole last year.
The two Golden State Warriors teammates got into it, and a video was shared of their skirmish.
This might have led to Poole’s exit from the team, as many speculated.
Recently, there have been two videos that have surfaced of Travis Kelce, shown throwing punches at his Kansas City Chiefs teammates.
In a segment of ‘What’s Wright?’ hosted by Nick Wright, he outlined his thoughts on NBA and NFL fights, and what separates them.
When discussing Kelce, he said, “I don’t want him punching teammates, mainly because he could hurt his hand.”
— What’s Wright? with Nick Wright (@WhatsWrightShow) August 1, 2023
Wright then discusses Kelce’s passion, as he believes his interactions are more about that than genuine malice towards others.
“The guy is so fired up and so intense, he’s flipping out on consecutive days at training camp,” Wright said.
He ended this statement by saying, “I”m not bothered by it.”
Wright believes that Kelce’s actions are just a move out of passion, and the Green/Pool interaction was about something more.
Hitting a teammate like that in front of everyone was a bad move in Wright’s eyes.
Whether that’s the reason the Warriors moved on from Poole or not, it was an interaction that wasn’t viewed highly.
In the case of Kelce, Wright believes that it’s just the nature of football and that everyone should move on.NEXT: Patrick Mahomes Is Trying To Emulate Tom Brady In 1 Key Aspect