Rudy Gobert may have had a point when he said Draymond Green gets ejected when Stephen Curry doesn't play.
Draymond Green was ejected from the Warriors' loss to the Timberwolves after putting Rudy Gobert in a headlock.
After the incident, Gobert claimed Green tends to pick up more ejections when Stephen Curry is not on the court.
Looking into the history of Green's ejections since 2019, we can confirm that Gobert's claims aren't baseless.
Out of his last 11 ejections, seven have taken place when Curry wasn't playing.
Draymond has a total of 18 ejections in his career, good enough for the second-most all-time behind Rasheed Wallace.
He's already picked up two this season, with the previous one coming a couple of days ago against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The first seven ejections of Green's career didn't coincide with Curry's days off, but the story changed in 2019.