Draymond Green had a bad Sunday. The forward for the Golden State Warriors and U.S. Olympic team sent out an inappropriate picture on his Snapchat account, said he was hacked, then admitted he wasn’t.
The photo Green posted to social media was reportedly a picture of his penis. According to ESPN, the image was public for about 10 minutes. The star forward quickly took down the photo and blamed it on a hacker.
However, before Team USA’s practice at the Toyota Center in Houston, Green admitted that the picture was made public by mistake.
“I kinda hit the wrong button and it sucks. It was meant to be private.” Green told reporters before practice. “We’re all one click away from placing something in the wrong place and I suffered from that this morning.”
Green’s shenanigans come shortly after his July 22 plea agreement over allegedly slapping a Michigan State football player at an East Lansing bar. Green is set to pay a $560 fine and is restricted from contact with the victim for one year, according to Sports Illustrated.
As for his current predicament, Green has not been issued any kind of fine or punishment from the NBA or Team USA.
If he is indeed fined by the NBA, it will not be the first time he has been reprimanded for inappropriate groin activity.
Green had been suspended for Game 4 of the 2016 NBA Finals for taking a swipe at LeBron James’ groin. Prior to the Finals incident, Green had spent the Conference Finals kicking Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams in the peaches.