“It was hilarious,” said Draymond Green of the Warriors. The timeout was nearly over when Allen walked onto the floor, directly through the Jr. Jam Squad entertaining the home crowd. The boos started almost immediately, and never subsided. For the rest of the afternoon, any time Allen touched the ball the sellout crowd let him have it. Even Draymond Green’s mother, Mary Babers-Green, piled on, tweeting, “Tony Allen is so DISRESPECTFUL … interrupting our babies!” Allen said it wasn’t intentional. “I didn’t even know. I just heard the first horn and I went out there,” he said. “I thought they knew to run off the court.” Stephen Curry was sitting at the scorer’s table, waiting to check back into the game, when Allen inadvertently stepped into the kids’ moment on the big stage. “They were killing the MC Hammer rendition, and I saw him walk out and it was like slo”‘mo because I don’t think he realized where he was walking,” Curry said. “Our fans obviously were protecting the Warriors’ ground in all sorts of ways. It was pretty funny.” Green saw Allen try to defuse the moment by shaking hands with one of the kids. “The fans did not pay any attention,” Green said. “I just started laughing the entire time. I think he’ll see some boos for the rest of his time at Oracle.” If that’s the case, Allen said he can handle the villain’s role. “That’s the least of my worries,” he said of the booing. “I’m not focused on any of them. I’m focused on playing basketball.” Follow Jeff Faraudo on Twitter at twitter.com/Jeff Faraudo. Report an errorPolicies and StandardsContact UsTags:BasketballGolden State WarriorsNBAJeff FaraudoSubscribe Today!All Access Digital offer for just 99 cents!blog comments powered by DisqusGet Morning Report and other email newsletters.
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