How NBA star Draymond Green may have reacted during Super Bowl LVI playing at SoFi Stadium when his Los Angeles home burned down and the value of the loot was estimated to be more than 1 million dollars. Green has clearly been denied possession, such as watches, gems and others, as pointed out by TMZ Sports.
Green, a star of the Golden State Warriors, participated in the Super Bowl Los Angeles Rams won over the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20, and upon his return he understood that his home had been broken into, as police sources point out.
TMZ detailed that the crooks intentionally entered the b-ball star’s property through the windows of the house and then took away watches and jewelry that were, among other things, more valuable. 1 million dollars.
Up to this point, there is no further data on Green’s robbery, nor have any arrests been made.
Draymond Green is not the first athlete to encounter such a situation
Like Green, various game stars who played for facilities in Los Angeles had their homes burned down during an important game, like Yasiel Puig.
Puig, 31, was in 2017 playing with the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series, but to his adversity, his home was broken into while he was losing the MLB championship to the Houston Astros.
Sports star home burglaries like these are common in parts of California, as in 2019 neighborhood experts warned Rams players about their homes being robbed, so it is very suitable for building security protection measures.
The Warriors said that Draymond “is making great strides in his recovery/recovery and it is expected that he will be back in action soon after the All-Star break.”
“He has recently been conducting some light work on the court and will continue to increase his workload going forward,” Golden State added. Green has missed the Warriors’ last 20 games, where the team had a 13-7 record. The All-Star forward is averaging 7.9 points, 7.6 rebounds, 7.4 assists, 1.4 shots and 1.2 squares per game this season, while shooting 53.7% since coming out on the field.
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