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Warriors’ Draymond Green Calls Knicks ‘Pathetic’ For No In-Game Music

In a surprising move ahead of their game against the Golden State Warriors, the New York Knicks decided to remove music and entertainment throughout the first half on Sunday, according to ESPN’s Ian Begley:

The Knicks announced shortly before Sunday’s game against the Golden State Warriors that there would be no in-game music, video or other entertainment during the first half.

Apparently, the Warriors may have taken exception to the Knicks’ potential attempt to get arguably the best team in the league out of rhythm on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. Draymond Green spoke out about the change in the first half and was clearly unhappy about the move by the Knicks, via Anthony Slater of The Mercury News:

The Knicks have been anything but dull this season. The team is nowhere near living up to the expectations they had coming into this season, but the constant twists and turns throughout the 2016-17 campaign have been head scratching as well as entertaining.

If turning off the music and entertainment in the first half was a tactic, it failed. The Warriors led by Stephen Curry’s 31 points came out on top on Sunday being the Knicks, 112-105.

With this lost to the title-contending Warriors, the lowly Knicks drop to 25-38 on the season with little to no hope to clinch a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.

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