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Perfecting the Betting Options for You

What kind of earnings is more promising on betting or on trading? Consider the pros and cons of two popular options for making a profit on the Internet trading on the stock exchange and sports tote. What opportunities does the one and the other method offer, what risks do they accompany and what profit can they bring in the future? Read about it in our article.

Opportunities for gambling and sports betting

Sports betting types

There are quite a few varieties of sports bets, but they are all divided into three categories are simple single, simple multiple and complex multiple bets.

Among the simple bets there are the ordinary (single bet), handicap, handicap with the purchase, Asian handicap, time-match, total. Multiple bets express and system are various combinations of single bets. Complex multiple bets are various combinations of basic bets, among them: Trixie, Patant, Yankees, Lucky 15, etc. you can depend on Bookie Pay Per Head for the best results on the same.

Types of stock trading

Exchange trading (trading) – is the implementation of trade operations for the purpose of making a profit, in which the intermediary is the exchange, or rather, an online broker. To date, there are three types of exchange markets:

  • Commodity market – trade in various commodity and energy futures (grain, metals, gas, oil, etc.)
  • Stock and bond market – trading in securities of various large companies
  • Currency trading is divided into two types: options trading and the over-the-counter foreign exchange market Forex.

Profitability

Earnings on sports betting

Betting is not pure excitement, as there are certain earnings strategies in this area, based on analytics and forecasts. Earnings on sports betting have long been a professional occupation, in which bettors get very real money. However, this requires staking in the long term, and not from time to time: this way you will be able to develop an effective strategy that will bring a relatively stable income of about 300-500 dollars a month. In betting, there is a fairly high probability of a quick win, when you can get $ 500-600 for one event, but you can lose that money with the same probability.

Earnings on the stock exchange

The same is true for earnings on the stock exchange: only long-term, systematic work and a verified strategy will bring results. Of course, relatively rapid enrichment is possible: the forex community is well aware of the stories of Russian and Western millionaires who have earned their capital exclusively on currency trading. However, statistics show that only one of the 10 novice traders in the end comes in plus. The average earnings of a successful forex trader is 10-15% per month (a percentage of the deposit). Accordingly, the larger the deposit is, the greater is the profit. For example, with a deposit of $ 12,000, the monthly profit may be about $ 1,000.

Why You Should Look Forward To The Cormier vs. Lewis UFC Fight

The scheduling of the heavyweight match between Daniel Cormier and Derrick Lewis set for November 3rd, 2018 was indeed an unexpected but welcome surprise. One could not have asked for a match-up as perfect as this, especially considering the careers of both fighters. This article is for the fans, to-be-fans, and non-fans who find themselves asking whether the hype afforded to this match is well-deserved or whether there’s any reason to watch it. We hope to answer your questions in the best way possible and give you proper reasons to watch this fight.

The ease of access

The UFC is one of the most easily accessible league sports in the world so why should you waste such an excellent opportunity for entertainment? However, before rushing to stream the match, you should know that it is ill-advisable to watch the fights from an unofficial streaming site, especially if it is free. Free streaming sites tend to draw in a lot of hackers, making it very risky for users. Fortunately, by using a VPN to stream UFC matches, you can protect your identity and information online. Additionally, a VPN helps you bypass geo-restrictions placed on the matches, allowing you to view UFC content from anywhere around the world even though it is geo-restricted to the US.

The Champion

The champion – Daniel Cormier is a force to reckon with in the Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight classes. As the dual champion for both categories, Cormier has only suffered two losses in his entire UFC career both of which were to Jon Jones in the Light Heavyweight Class. Cormier is a formidable fighter with both the skill and experience to defend his titles. So, can Daniel defend his title this time? Will it be a close call or a very decisive battle? Will he suffer his first loss in his heavyweight fighting career? These are some of the questions that fans are asking themselves and watching the upcoming match is the best way to get answers.

The Challenger

The challenger – Derrick Lewis may not have the championship belt, but he is indeed strong enough to attain it. As a UFC fighter, Lewis has only had a total of three losses, which goes to show just how tenacious he can be. As the second heavyweight in the UFC, Lewis is just a rank below Cormier, and all that is needed to surpass that rank is the Heavyweight Championship belt. The question is can he attain it? Is he strong enough to surpass the champion? Will he get lucky or have to depend on all his training? In the past, Lewis has been heard boasting of his strength and how he could beat up Daniel Cormier, the Championship. The most significant question, however, is whether he can back up his statement and give his fans a win.

The Battle

With most other matches that the two fighters have been involved in, it is usually somewhat possible to predict the outcome. However, Daniel Cormier and Derrick Lewis are the strongest Heavyweight class fighters in the UFC. As such, it is rather difficult to predict the result of the match. Fans should watch the fight for the battle itself. Strategies, grit, strength, tenacity, experience, and skills should all be qualities to look out for in the fighters during this match. Can the champion overpower the challenger or will the challenger be unstoppable?

The Bottomline

Ultimately, your judgment should decide whether the match between Cormier and Lewis is worth watching. Nevertheless, based on personal observations, this match is one of the few that you should not miss during UFC 230. Die-hard fans like myself cannot wait for the outcome of this match. Will there be a new champion or an undefeated one?

The importance of a field hockey goalkeeper

The goalkeeper is amongst one of the most important players in many team sports and Hockey is no different. They are essentially the last line of defence before the opposition players reach the goal. As the position is such a specialist one you will find that players of this position train in a particular way and focus on the skills and strength that they need to be at the top of their game. Many players, regardless of their playing position will undertake skills and stamina training and some will do this by watching Hockey Training drills like https://www.sportplan.net/drills/Hockey/Shooting-Goalscoring/Far-post-goal-h5g87.jsp


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Other than in football you will often find that the goalkeeper is the player who has the most padding and protection in their uniform and equipment. This is due to the fact that they are on the frontline of having other players and the sports ball travelling in their direction at great speeds. In field hockey the goalkeeper will wear a helmet with a face grill and also a mouth guard to protect them from a stray hockey ball flying into their faces. They will also wear padded chest protectors, leg guards and arm guards. It certainly isn’t a position for the faint hearted.

With all of that protective equipment on it can be hard to move around and one of the key skills a goalkeeper needs it to be able to react quickly. Here are some top tips on enhancing your goalkeeping skills and ability.

Foot placement

Reacting quickly to a ball flying towards the goal is all about your feet. One of the ways to do this is to keep your weight forward on the balls of your feet. This allows for you to quickly change your position, to dive for a ball and also to utilise your hockey stick to the best of your ability.

Hand placement and positioning

When you are facing a ball heading towards the goal it is important that you keep your arms in an upright position and that they are open. Similarly, to your foot placement this then allows you to react to any high shots that may come in as well as dropping down to a lower position or diving if necessary.

Watch the ball

Players over the years have become very clever at being able to disguise the direction that they are intending on moving in and hitting the ball in. This is why it is important for the goalkeeper to make sure that are continually watching the ball and not the body movements of the player as it is possible to be caught out by watching body movements.

Making Good Formula One Money

I’ve gotten quite good at betting on Formula One races. When I first started, my bets were all over the place because I had no idea who would win. I still can’t predict each race perfectly, but I can get a general idea of who will be in the top five spots of the race. I figured out how to do it by analyzing the records from the previous races. It took some time and caused me to use mathematical knowledge that I hadn’t pulled out since high school, but once I did it, I started making money.

Aside from making money on the races, I also have fun watching them.

With Power and Precision, Yankees Take Another From the Cubs In Baseball

The Chicago Cubs pounded baseballs over the wall and had the best starting rotation in baseball last season. But what they did better than any other team was play defense — and they did it by a historic margin.

With their effective use of shifts and Gold Glove Award winners at first base in Anthony Rizzo and right field in Jason Heyward, a worthy Gold Glove candidate in shortstop Addison Russell and the defensive dynamo Javier Baez at second base, the Cubs converted batted balls into outs better than any team had in 34 years, according to Baseball Prospectus.

The Yankees had the solution in their 11-6 victory over the Cubs on Saturday night. They simply hit the ball where the Cubs could not reach it — spraying one after another down the foul lines during a five-run first inning and a couple of others over the ivy-covered walls of Wrigley Field for good measure.

It made for a comfortable night for the rookie left-hander Jordan Montgomery, who allowed just three hits and two earned runs in six and two-thirds innings as the Yankees won their fourth in a row and remained atop the American League East.

Starlin Castro, a former Cub, continued to make his return to Wrigley a memorable one. He hit one of the balls that ended up where no Cub could catch it, into the left-field bleachers for a two-run homer, and he has five hits in the series.

Cubs fans, as is their tradition for home runs by the visiting team, tossed the ball back onto the field. Aaron Hicks received a similar treatment after his three-run homer in the eighth.

It was fourth hit of the night for Hicks, whose turnaround from last season, when he hit .217, embodies the Yankees’ early reversal from a year ago. Hicks, who has replaced the injured Jacoby Ellsbury in the lineup since Monday, is hitting .355. Manager Joe Girardi was reluctant to play him last season, but now he is seeking out ways to get him at-bats.

“I give him a lot of credit because he wasn’t happy during spring training,” Girardi said, referring to his decision to award the right field spot to Aaron Judge.

Hicks, a former first-round draft pick, did not argue with Girardi’s assessment that he has matured. “I have more of a plan, an idea of what I want to do in every at-bat, and it’s been working out so far,” Hicks said.

As Hicks reached first base after his home run, he pointed to C. C. Sabathia in the dugout. Before Hicks had come to the plate, Sabathia had suggested that Hicks — who at the time had five home runs to his name this season — had not hit one in a while. Hicks had shrugged the idea off.

“Then I ended up hitting it, and I got excited,” he said.

But the Yankees built their lead not with power but with placement.

Brett Gardner, who won the series opener on Friday with a two-out, two-strike, three-run homer in the ninth inning, ripped the third pitch he saw in the first inning between Rizzo and the first-base line for a double

“Rizzo covers a lot of ground, not just front and back but side to side,” Gardner said. “When he dove for it, I wasn’t sure. If he gets that, who knows how that changes the inning?”

Hicks then beat out a bunt, which he had laid down to move the runner up, and Gardner raced home when pitcher Brett Anderson threw the ball past Rizzo. Castro drove in Hicks by slicing the first pitch of his at-bat just inside the right-field line. After Judge struck out, Gary Sanchez lashed a single a few feet inside the left-field line past a lunging Kris Bryant, scoring Castro.

Didi Gregorius followed by dropping a soft liner into shallow left field. Chase Headley drove home Sanchez and Gregorius when his liner landed down the right-field line for a double.

Anderson then left with what the Cubs announced was a low back injury. He had recorded one out.

Although the Yankees jumped to an 8-0 lead, and restored the margin to 11-3 after Hicks hit his home run in the eighth, the Cubs made the Yankees sweat a little when they pushed across three runs in the eighth before Adam Warren replaced Tommy Layne and escaped further damage by striking out Ben Zobrist with runners at second and third.

The Cubs, already thin on pitching, waved the white flag in the ninth — they sent catcher Miguel Montero to the mound. After walking Sanchez, he got Gregorius to ground into a forceout, retired Headley on a liner and, after a walk by Chris Carter, got Rob Refsnyder to fly out to center.

As Cubs center fielder Albert Almora Jr. camped under the ball, the crowd rose to its feet and gave Montero a standing ovation. He responded by tipping his cap as he jogged back to the dugout, having performed a feat the Cubs’ starter could not: getting three outs.

INSIDE PITCH

The Yankees could have Jacoby Ellsbury back in center field and Matt Holliday at first base on Sunday night. Ellsbury has not played since he injured his elbow crashing into the Yankee Stadium wall on Monday. Holliday, the designated hitter, has not played in the field this season. … Aaron Judge, who was moved into the cleanup spot for the first time this season, was hitless in five at-bats on Saturday night.

This Atlanta’s New Ballpark Has Pitchers Sweating

The Launching Pad has been reborn, much to the dismay of R. A. Dickey and other Atlanta Braves pitchers.

The Braves’ most recent homestand provided more evidence that the new SunTrust Park is a great place to play — if you are a hitter.

“It’s a fact that the ball seems to be carrying here so far,” Dickey said.

The season is still young, but the ball seems to be carrying especially well for the Braves’ opponents.

Entering Monday, Atlanta’s 5.61 E.R.A. in home games is easily the worst in the majors. Colorado’s Coors Field has been known as the toughest park for pitchers, but Rockies pitchers are a distant second at 5.31.

Dickey said he felt it was safe to conclude that the new park will yield a lot of homers, including some “that might seem like cheapos.”

The barrage of long balls is no surprise to the former Braves third baseman Chipper Jones, who walked into the new park and immediately joked that he retired too early.

Jones said he felt the whoosh of air in his face when he first walked onto the field through a door in the center field wall. He knew in an instant that would be bad news for pitchers.

“There weren’t too many cheap homers at Turner Field,” Jones said last month. “This place, I don’t think you’re going to have to necessarily crush one to get it out of here.”

The Braves were outscored by 51-26 and outhomered by 12-4 in their 1-5 homestand. Atlanta pitchers have given up 21 homers at home, putting them on pace for 130. The most Braves pitchers allowed at Turner Field was 95.

Dickey, 42, signed with Atlanta following four seasons with Toronto, where the Rogers Centre was a home-run friendly park.

“So you certainly go from a place like that to here and you think it’s not going to be so bad, right?” Dickey said. “It’s still a small sample size so we’re not in a panic yet, but at the same time it’s similar, for sure.”

Including all games through Sunday, the Braves’ 4.82 E.R.A. ranks 29th in the majors, just ahead of Detroit’s 4.83.

Atlanta added the veterans Dickey, Bartolo Colon and Jaime Garcia as a short-term fix to allow prospects time to develop. Manager Brian Snitker said the early struggles would not force the team to rush the prospects to Atlanta.

“I think we can be real patient,” he said. “We’re running through a little stretch here, that’s all.”

He added: “They’ll bounce back. They’ll make some adjustments and they’ll be O.K. They always have. All those guys we’re talking about wouldn’t have been playing as long as they have if they hadn’t been able to do that.”

On the other hand, those veterans never had to pitch at SunTrust Park before this year.

Draymond Green is really disappointed Cavs’ opponents going down easily

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is disappointed in the level of competition the Indiana Pacers and Toronto Raptors have been able to put up against the Cleveland Cavaliers in these playoffs.

“I thought teams would compete a little harder,” Green said after shootaround on Monday. “I just watched San Antonio-Houston. I like to watch good basketball. When you watch Cleveland play, you’re only watching one side of the good basketball. That’s kind of weak.

“I like watching a good game, not even necessarily that it’s going to be a close game. I like to watch teams playing good basketball. When you watch them, you watch one team playing good basketball and everybody else do something. I don’t know what that something is.”

The Cavaliers are 8-0 this postseason and have beaten their opponents by an average of 8.3 points. Golden State is 7-0, beating the opposition by an average of 13.7 points.

Green says that even though they’re handling teams with more ease than the Cavaliers, he argues they’re facing stiffer challenges.

“Nah, but I think Utah is still playing good basketball,” he said. “Regardless if they win or not, I think we’re a better team. But at the same time, they still play a good brand of basketball.”

The All-Star power forward said the team isn’t looking ahead to a potential third consecutive NBA Finals matchup with the Cavaliers.

“No, we have a long way to go,” Green said. “We still got to get five more wins before we can even think about participating in the NBA Finals.”

Golden State has a chance to close out Utah on Monday night at Vivint Smart Home Arena and match Cleveland’s record.

“We don’t want to be 8-0 in the playoffs because Cleveland is 8-0. It doesn’t matter,” Green said.

The Cubs place Jason Heyward on 10-day DL for injured knuckle

The Chicago Cubs placed outfielder Jason Heyward?on the 10-day disabled list on Monday for a hand injury and called up right-hander? Dylan Floro to take his place.

Heyward injured a knuckle on his right hand while diving for a ball in the outfield on Friday. He will be eligible to come off the disabled list on May 16.

Heyward was off to a decent start in 2017, after having a year to forget last season. He was hitting .253 this season, with three home runs and a .333 on-base percentage, before going down with the knuckle injury. He also was playing stellar in right field.

Heyward injured his wrist last year, and adjustments to his mechanics led to his worst campaign at the plate. He hit a career-low .230, with just seven home runs.

Even after his wrist healed, Heyward never found his groove; he reworked his swing during the winter.

The Cubs want him fully healed before he returns.

Floro, 26, came up in the? Tampa Bay Rays?organization and made his major league debut last season. This year, he was 1-0 with a 5.06 ERA in eight appearances for Triple-A Iowa.

The Cubs have a need for extra arms after playing an 18-inning game on Sunday night, a day after starter Brett Anderson?recorded only one out before leaving an outing with back tightness. The Cubs now have nine relievers as they open a series against the Colorado Rockies.

The Cubs also traded outfielder Matt Szczur to the San Diego Padres on Monday for minor league righty Justin Hancock, who was drafted by Chicago general manager Jed Hoyer in 2011 when Hoyer held that same position with the Padres. Hancock, 26, has a career 3.91 ERA in seven minor league seasons. He has appeared in 116 games, starting 90 of them.

Here After Yankees Won a Baseball Marathon, the Real Race Begins

The buses and the truck pulled onto the tarmac, and players and equipment were whisked through security and loaded onto the plane. At 3:08, the flight was in the air — with 14 minutes to spare.

Tuliebitz is not sure what would have happened if the plane had not gotten airborne in time. It is a 310-mile bus ride to Cincinnati, but the collective bargaining agreement limits the distances teams can travel by bus.

“I was so excited that we made it,” Tuliebitz said. “There were a lot of smoke and mirrors to make it look smooth and easy.”

The conspiracy of circumstances — a game that was played Sunday night to accommodate ESPN; Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman’s blowing a three-run lead in the ninth inning; and neither team’s being able to score until Starlin Castro’s grounder brought home Aaron Hicks in the top of the 18th inning — left the Yankees bleary-eyed when they arrived at Great American Ballpark on Monday afternoon.

Of course, the Cubs had it worse. They traveled farther for their Monday night game — to Colorado.

“You feel like you have that hangover without the benefits of actually drinking,” Cubs Manager Joe Maddon told reporters in Denver.

The Yankees landed in Cincinnati at 5:08 a.m. Eastern and reached their hotel as the sun was coming up. Many of them were in bed by 6 a.m.

“I usually get a little more sleep than that,” said Manager Joe Girardi, who was up at 11 a.m. “It’s part of the schedule and you’ve got to deal with it, and you know these games are going to happen.”

Girardi also had to deal with fielding a team for Monday’s game with a roster full of exhausted players. He rested two regulars: second baseman Castro, who had been the only Yankee to play in every game, and right fielder Aaron Judge, who has been icing his knees after games since tumbling into the stands in Boston two weeks ago.

“He’s got enough strawberries to last for a couple months,” Girardi said of Judge. “You see a lot of Band-Aids on him, too.”

Also getting a reprieve was the backup catcher Austin Romine, who caught the first 12 innings Sunday before moving to first base, where he finished the game. Most of the bullpen, including Jonathan Holder, Adam Warren, Shreve and Chapman, was expected to be out of commission on Monday night. Hicks and Didi Gregorius, who both played the full game Sunday night, were in Monday’s starting lineup, but Girardi implied that both could get a day off on Tuesday.

Immediately after Sunday’s game, Girardi huddled with General Manager Brian Cashman, who informed him of a bit of good fortune. The Yankees’ Class AAA affiliate in Scranton/Wilkes-Barre had been rained out Sunday in Pawtucket, R.I., so that team’s best pitcher, Chad Green, was fresh and ready to go.

Word was relayed to Green, who was awakened by a phone call at 2:30 a.m. from his manager, Al Pedrique.

“I watched the game up until the 10th inning, and then I went to bed,” said Green, who was available Monday to throw 100 pitches out of the bullpen, if needed, in relief of starter Masahiro Tanaka. “When I got the call, I got ready to go.”

To make room for Green on the roster, the Yankees sent down Rob Refsnyder, a reserve outfielder and infielder. Typically, though, when the Yankees have overextended their bullpen and need reinforcements, a pitcher with options is sent to the minors, where he must remain for at least 10 days — unless there is an injury.

It happened to Warren, when he threw six shutout innings in an 18-inning loss at Oakland, and to Shreve two years ago, when he threw a career-high three and two-thirds innings in a 19-inning loss to Boston. Warren and Shreve were naïve then, heading to the ballpark the next day wondering whom the Yankees would call up — neither of them considering the other part of the equation: who would be sent down.

“I remember riding the subway to the stadium with Miller,” Shreve said, referring to his former teammate Andrew Miller. “We were talking about the bullpen being dry, and they were going to have to call somebody up. When you’re young, you’re thinking, ‘I pitched really well.’ You think, ‘Why would they send me down?’ You don’t think of it the other way.”

For Shreve, who, like Holder, threw three one-hit scoreless innings, one of the highlights was facing an old high school teammate, Cubs third baseman Kris Bryant, whom he retired on a fly ball and then walked with two outs in the 18th.

“You try to forget who’s up there and treat him like any other reigning M.V.P.,” Shreve said of Bryant, the reigning National League most valuable player.

A personal connection also enhanced the memories of the marathon for Castro, who said it was the longest game he had played in. The ground ball he hit came against his good friend Pedro Strop, with whom he had lunch last week when the Yankees and the Cubs were both in Boston.

“That’s my boy,” said Castro, who cursed himself after swinging at a pitch in the dirt for the second strike. “I forgot about who he was, but I think he knew it was me because the only strike he threw me was the one I hit. I’m just happy I hit it — otherwise, maybe we’re still playing.”

News The Warriors’ Draymond Green calls Celtics’ Kelly OIynyk dirty player

Draymond Green has let it be known that he’s no fan of Boston Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk.

“He’s dirty, a dirty player,” Green said on Uninterrupted’s “Dray Day” podcast. “I don’t respect guys like that. I know he’s not the greatest basketball player of all time, so maybe he feel like he got to do that, but you don’t have to do that. Just dirty. I don’t respect that, man. He’s dirty.”

Green took exception to Olynyk’s setting an illegal high screen on Washington’s Kelly Oubre in Game 3 between the Celtics and Wizards. Oubre was knocked down but then jumped up and charged at Olynyk, burying his forearm into his chest.

Olynyk fell backward onto the court, and teammates from both sides intervened to end the altercation. Oubre was hit with a flagrant 2, which resulted in an automatic ejection, and was suspended for Game 4.

Olynyk went unpunished.

“Kelly Olynyk is a dirty player, man,” Green said. “Olynyk caught [Oubre] in the face and the neck with a couple of elbows. That’s what I don’t understand. You let people get away with stuff, and then when somebody finally react … you penalize that guy. But you are not going to penalize [Olynyk] for continually elbowing him the face. … I don’t get that.”

Green also referenced Olynyk’s history of questionable plays.

Olynyk was the player who pulled the left arm of Cleveland Cavaliers?forward Kevin Love during a rebound chase in the first round of the 2015 playoffs. The play resulted in a dislocation of the shoulder and forced Love to undergo season-ending surgery.

“You’ve seen what he’s done,” Green told ESPN on Monday after shootaround. “Everybody’s seen what he’s done. I don’t really need to go [further] on that. Come on, man. There’s more cameras in these arenas now than it’s ever been. Everybody sees what goes on.”

Celtics coach Brad Stevens disagreed with Green’s opinion of Olynyk.

“I’m around Kelly every day,” Stevens said. “I don’t agree with that assessment.”

Stevens also defended the Celtics forward on Sunday, saying he’s not sure where the “narrative” against Olynyk comes from.

“I guess he set a screen, it was called a common foul, it was reviewed by the league, and the league determined it was a common foul. Another guy rushed him and chucked him on the ground,” Stevens said. “I understand all the stories of the past, and I understand they’ve gotta talk about something with three days in between games. But we know Kelly. I’m around Kelly every day.”

Last year, a Los Angeles Times poll surveying coaches and players revealed that Milwaukee Bucks guard Matthew Dellavedova was voted as the league’s dirtiest player.

“Everybody’s seen what he’s done too,” Green said to ESPN. “We know about him.”

But Green has also been ridiculed by many and called dirty for his previous kicking antics.

Green occasionally flails his foot up while attempting a shot from under the basket. He connected to the groin region of Oklahoma City Thunder big man Steven Adams a few times in last year’s playoffs.

He disputes the perception that he’s a dirty player.

“I haven’t kicked anybody,” Green told ESPN. “You kick somebody with your foot, not your shin. I don’t know who taught them how to kick if they’re kicking with their shin. You kick with your foot. That’s what I was always taught. Growing up where I grew up at, you kick somebody, you kick them with your foot. You don’t kick somebody with your shin. So I wouldn’t necessarily say I kicked somebody.”

Green argues that there are players who are crafty at seeking a competitive advantage and then there are players who will do anything to get an edge. Olynyk falls in the latter category, Green said.

“There’s a difference, big difference between knowing all the tricks [and being dirty]. … Knowing all the tricks ain’t doing stuff to hurt people,” Green said on his podcast. “[Olynyk] yanked [Love’s] shoulder out of place. I don’t roll with that, man. He’s just dirty. You know veteran tricks is grabbing an arm so a guy can’t get there to block a shot or cutting some guy off so he can’t get there to contest. But you’re not doing nothing to hurt nobody. This dude [Olynyk] be out there trying to hurt people.”