The Warriors have been the most talked about team this Summer, especially since they convinced Kevin Durant to leave Oklahoma City and make the Bay Area his new home. However, Draymond Green was also making headlines of his own and this Summer was one filled with controversy for the All-Star forward.

It’s been an interesting journey for Green, who is considered one of the best versatile players in the game. We all know him as a fiery competitor who is not afraid of anyone, but will his antics on and off the court hurt this team down the line?

From the moment in which Draymond Green was taken in the second round to the disappointment in losing Game 7, Ethan Sherwood Strauss of ESPN explains in detail the most controversial and least known details of Draymond Green’s tenure with the Golden State Warriors.

According to Strauss, tempers flared and the chemistry was tampered:

“Draymond f—ed up practice and s—,” then-Warriors center Marreese Speights says. “Draymond’s a good guy, but I think at the end of the day, it hurt the whole chemistry of the year.” One player in particular, he says, took much of the heat: “Draymond and Klay got into it a lot.” (Thompson declined to comment for this story.)

This is definitely news to most people. None of this was known when the Warriors won the title two years ago or when they won 73 games last year, but it now comes to light right before the start of the season. While this is not what you want to hear if you’re a Warriors fan, you must understand that teammates fighting is part of the game. If bad chemistry can win you 73 games, then more teams should try shaking things up.

Marreese Speights, now with the Los Angeles Clippers took to Twitter to retort and deny the reports:

While this may be an issue in the past, the most important thing is what’s to come. All this will be resolved if the Warriors get off to a fast start. If the Warriors struggle out of the gate, then this will loom over their heads. However, the Warriors have looked impressive during the pre-season and the scary part is that they can still play much better.