If there's one thing that Steven Adams is known for, aside from his spectacular mustache, it's him talking about his junk. Whenever he has the opportunity, he'll talk to reporters about how well-endowed he is. He even snuck it into a conversation about Enes Kanter's shooting.
His junk will continue to be a topic of conversation now more than ever after Draymond Green delivered a field goal-style kick to the Thunder big man. This isn't even the first time it has happened this series either. This also happened in Game 2.
But on a serious note, Dahntay Jones hit Bismack Biyombo in the groin in Game 3 of Cavaliers-Raptors. He was suspended one game as a result. Draymond Green may suffer a similar fate. Green quickly got a Flagrant 1 for this kick.
At the end of the game, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr not only backed up Draymond Green, but he believes that the officials should go back and rescind the flagrant one tag, citing that these types of things typically happen since everyone's limbs are flailing around when trying to grab establish position in the post.
Of course, Steven Adams didn't reciprocate the idea. Instead, he doubled down on the idea that Draymond's kick was intentional.
Steven Adams on Draymond Green kick: "It happened before, mate. He's pretty accurate."— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) May 23, 2016