The Knicks forward tweeted and deleted:
Green could relate.
Listen, man. I had an episode on social media this summer, and the first thing I said was I was hacked. And then I thought about it and I said, “You know what? I wasn’t hacked.”
Kristaps, I’m sorry, but no one believes you. You weren’t hacked. You’re trying to go to the Clippers.
Kristaps, you lying, bro. You weren’t hacked. Maybe you was drunk, and your true feelings came out, and you tweeted your true feelings. But you weren’t hacked, my man. Trust me. I had worse episode than what you just did on social media, and the first thing I said was, “Aw, man. I was hacked.” It’s the first thing you think of. But, brother, if the Clippers is where you’re trying to go, come on to this West.
I have no idea whether Porzingis was hacked. I have no idea what the tweet, sent by him or someone else, was supposed to mean. So, despite Green’s accusations and inferences, Porzingis maintains plenty of plausible deniability.
Green’s Snapchat snafu, well, that one was harder to cover.