Draymond announces future finalist in the East, Barkley disagrees!


While the suspense remains in the West, the posters of the second round of the playoffs are largely emerging in the other part of the table. Draymond Green has therefore already announced the future finalist from the Eastern Conference, which Charles Barkley strongly opposed.

Will the total posted last year be beaten in the days to come? With two series concluded on a Game 7, the first round of the 2020 playoffs had offered a great deal of uncertainty to the fans. This year, several oppositions could move towards a scenario of the kind, with no less than 3 matchups to the score of 2-2 at the moment. All are, however, to the west.

On the other side of the country, the future qualifiers for the conference semifinals are no longer really in doubt. Thus, the Sixers, Nets, Bucks and Hawks seem best placed to navigate. Draymond greenHe has already been called upon to deliver a hot take on the finalist among these 4 teams, and did not wish to take a lot of risks.

Draymond Green: I do not know if you will really find this daring on my part. Who will win the East? Brooklyn! But I don’t think it’s daring, since no one can beat them.

After making them his big favorites for the title, the interior of the Warriors thus continues to place its confidence in the Nets. Unlike Charles Barkley, who believes that a franchise will eliminate Kevin Durant & co.

Charles Barkley: The Milwaukee Bucks!

Draymond Green: Good luck, Chuck! (Good luck, Chuck!)

This is good, since the two men should quickly know which of them has delivered the right prognosis.

If they defeat the Celtics, Steve Nash’s men will find Milwaukee in the next round. The confrontation promises to be magnificent to follow, with a clash of the titans between Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Brooklyn Big 3. But for Draymond, the Greek Freak and his partners will need a fair bit of luck to overcome this daunting obstacle.

Draymond Green, Charles Barkley: who will get the final say in this story? Response within days, after a potential high-profile clash between Nets and Bucks.


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