During a Thursday presser, Warriors star Draymond Green defended teammate Andrew Wiggins' COVID-19 vaccine reticence with a meandering speech that began with him comparing the COVID-19 vaccine to a strange hypothetical about Wiggins' wife entering labor and ended with something about the polio vaccine.

"That's something that's personal to him, that's health-related, that's personal to him and his family," Green said during his treatise about a disease that's killed at least 680,000 Americans. "This is no different. We're dealing with something that to me feels has turned into a political war."

It is indeed a personal matter whether one opts to get vaccinated, but decisions come with repercussions, whether it be missing out on the Warriors' season opener or risking your health or that of your teammates and their loved ones.


Reply to warriors's Post

Be the first to reply to warriors's Post!

Ad Image

TermsPrivacy PolicyContact Us

© 2022 SportsJaw.

SportsJaw.com is not affiliated with the teams or leagues listed on this site and makes no guarantee about the accuracy or completeness of the information herein.