Danny Green has a bizarre reaction over his former Toronto Raptors teammate Serge Ibaka’s switch to LA Clippers and its not a meme or a hysterical video clip- it includes an entire snake.
The former Lakers guard Danny Green, who clinched his third Championship trophy last season initially joined Oklahoma City Thunder, traded for Dennis Schroeder. However, OKC wasn’t the team where Green would settle for the next season as he was again traded to the Philadelphia 76ers for Al Horford and two picks.
Be that as it may, the 33-year-old has been gaining all the attention for social media for his reaction over his former fellow Raptor Serge Ibaka, who landed $19 million deal of two years with the Clippers.
Danny Green shares clip of his pet snake wrapped around a frightened Serge Ibaka
Congratulating his ex-teammate for scoring the luscious deal, Green took to Instagram to share a couple of clips from “How Hungry Are You?”, Ibaka’s famous cooking show on YouTube.
The clips, which Green shared on his Instagram story, show Ibaka being entangled with Green’s pet boa constrictor, as the Congolese center was seen utterly frightened with the massive reptile around his shoulders.
.Along with the clips, Green further addressed his former teammate- “Congrats brudda! Wit yo scary a** 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 @sergeibaka”
Danny Green congratulates Serge Ibaka on new contract with Clippers: “Congrats brudda! Wit yo scary ass 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 @sergeibaka”
Miss these two Raptors champions. pic.twitter.com/jherldqIP6
— Raptors Nation (@RaptorsNationCP) November 23, 2020
The two met first when Green arrived at Raptors from San Antonio Spurs in the 2018-29 NBA season, which was Ibaka’s second season at Toronto. The players formed their bond throughout the season and even though Green bid adieu to the Raptors for Lakers in 2019, their off-the-court friendship remained intact.
Ibaka, one of the most pursued players from this NBA offseason free agent pool, averaged 15.4 points, 8.2 boards and 1.4 assists while shooting 38.5 per cent in his last and final season with the Raptors and Clippers won the race to pick up the 7 ft towering 31-year-old.