Draymond continues to critique his teammates’ hairlines

Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

Draymond Green is active on Snapchat. For better or worse.

One of his favorite pasttimes on the app is critiquing teammates hairlines. He gave analysis of each of his Team USA’s haircuts, including his own (see above).

He already hit Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and former Dubs forward Harrison Barnes while he was in Rio.

Now he’s brought the act home, where he took exception to Kevon Looney’s fade.

Draymond loves to post, and God bless his heart for that. Because he’s been on fire lately on social media.

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Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

Draymond Green remains a tough, but fair, hairline critic. (Draymond Green/Snapchat)

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