Draymond Green took to social media to rant against the NBA’s Health and Safety Protocols after Golden State’s game in Denver was postponed due to the Nuggets not having enough available players to line up a team.

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With so many teams having many players with injuries or health and safety protocols, the league has postponed games to try to combat any suspension for the season. Once the Warriors game was postponed, Green criticized the NBA for his decision.

“How do you keep canceling games when you have implemented rules to prevent this from happening? Isn’t that a competitive advantage for other teams? Did the guys we didn’t have because of the protocol list play any role in Tuesday’s loss? Pick a side, but don’t get on the fence, “he wrote.

His main complaint seemed to be that the Warriors were forced to play without some of their best players when they faced the Nuggets in San Francisco on Tuesday, and the Nuggets “got a win.”

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“So when the game is rescheduled (which will probably take a day off our ‘break’), we will play them in full force … But they managed to get a win when we weren’t at full strength, just two days ago” Come on to make sense here. ”

Your last tweet On the matter, he said he was concerned the backlog of games would affect the Warriors later in the season, and said it would add a back-to-back to his season, further benefiting Denver.

On Thursday, the Nuggets reportedly placed head coach Mike Malone, two assistant coaches and players Jeff Green, Zeke Nnaji and Bones Hyland into NBA health and safety protocols, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Denver also had injury concerns among several players, including Monte Morris, Aaron Gordon, Austin Rivers and Vlatko Cancar.