As Twitchy told you yesterday, Clay Travis was among those dunking on NBA commissioner Adam Silver for boasting that the league is phasing out the term “owner” in favor of something less racially insensitive, like “governor.” Silver cited the Warriors’ Draymond Green as evidence that this move is the right one:
“But, of course, Draymond Green has been very public about the fact that we should be moving away from the term … and I completely respect that.”
As Travis points out, that’s where things get a little awkward:
Draymond Green, who said he found the word owner racially insensitive and helped to lead the NBA to refer to all team owners as governors now, says he’s an owner of a business in his Twitter bio. You can’t even make this stuff up. pic.twitter.com/L04BOQrms5
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) June 25, 2019
That is totally different. His employees make way less then NBA player so it is much more like a owner/property relationship.
— SpiderPanther (@WakandaSpider) June 25, 2019