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Skip Bayless Says Draymond Green Is Afraid To Join His Podcast, And The Real Reason He Doesn't Want Skip On His Podcast Is That He Will Make Him Look Foolish

Skip Bayless Says Draymond Green Is Afraid To Join His Podcast, And The Real Reason He Doesn't Want Skip On His Podcast Is That He Will Him Look Foolish

The sports media is heading towards a huge change and it is none other than Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green leading the charge. In recent times, Green has taken up the role of an analyst with Turner Sports whenever his schedule allows him to.

Apart from being an analyst with Turner Sports, Green also has his own podcast show. It is certainly a breath of fresh air in the conventional sports media environment. For one, Green truly never holds back when it comes to either praising or abolishing any person.

Fans are certainly loving this new media concept where the podcasts aren't sugarcoated or full of questionable takes. In the most recent episode of his podcast, Green targeted analysts who support the old media.

He got into a beef with Kendrick Perkins and called him out. Although Perkins denied that there is any beef between the two, it is quite obvious that Perkins is trying to hide the obvious. After all, he clapped back at Green but later deleted the tweet.

Apart from Perkins, Green also targeted renowned NBA analyst Skip Bayless. Bayless has made a name for himself for his ridiculous takes and Green made sure that someone gives Bayless an earful.

Green also pointed out that he doesn't want to be on Skip Bayless' show or even invite Skip to his own show. Upon hearing that, Skip responded to Green's claim on Twitter.

"No, Draymond, the real reason you wouldn't want me on your "New Media" podcast is you fear I'd make you look foolish. You could edit but you'd know I'd be taping on my end. Of course, I'd LOVE to have you on my podcast but there's no way you'd risk that. So, keep making excuses!"

It is quite obvious that Green now has several feuds with some of the most renowned NBA analysts out there.

But to be fair, fans have felt like there was a change needed in how the sports media was operating. In a way, Green has opened a path for other NBA players to have their own podcast shows and speak about whatever they want without censoring themselves.