Draymond Green apologizes after sharing lewd photo on Snapchat

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Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is apologizing for sharing a lewd image on social media.

Initially the Olympic basketball star claimed he was  hacked on Snapchat when an intimate image was posted for all to see.

After the image was live for 10 minutes on Sunday afternoon, Green deleted the image and immediately took to Twitter to clear his name.

But according to ESPN, Green later apologized and stated he was not hacked but accidentally “pushed the wrong button” and “it sucked.”

Green has been racking in headlines left and right over the past few months, ranging from noise violations to making a plea to avoid jail time, to punching LeBron James in his private parts. He was also suspended one game during the NBA Finals, which the Warriors ultimately lost in seven games to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

“We’re all one click away from placing something in the wrong place,” Green added. “I suffered from that this morning.”

As WGN sports anchor and reporter Pat Tomasulo so candidly put  it [in regard to the receiver(s) of said snap]

“Did she really need proof of life? You are 6’7-?!?!.”

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