So, Draymond Green did not intend to hit Steven Adams? hmmm…We’re Thunder fans, so that makes us a little skeptical of his 107 second long explanation of what happened. http://www.sbnation.com/2016/5/23/11743938/draymond-green-kick-suspension-nuts-balls-steven-adams-thunder
The debate among NBA fans is whether this hit was accidental or intentional or accidentally intentional or intentionally accident or..never mind. You get the point. This debate happens every day in the practice of law. Every day, we work with people who are hurt and broken from car “accidents.” Are these really accidents, or has the insurance industry changed the way we talk? I don’t know for sure, but I know that one insurance commercial uses the term, “accident,” but the official form completed by investigating officers at the scene of a wreck is called the “Official Oklahoma Collision Report.”
Does the different word used mean anything to you? Does using one word over the other mean something different about the wreck/ We want to know what you think. Is one right and the other wrong? Do things sometimes just happen? Should Draymond Green be suspended? Comment on our Facebook page and we will give one random person this sweet little bluetooth speaker.
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