Jordan Poole’s career with the Golden State Warriors came to an end Thursday when he was traded to the Washington Wizards.
The Wizards have agreed to send 12-time NBA All-Star Chris Paul to the Warriors in exchange for Poole, according to multiple reports. Several hours after the deal was announced, Poole appeared to react to the trade by making a subtle move on social media: unfollowing former teammate Draymond Green.
A search of Poole’s Instagram on Thursday revealed that Green’s name was not on the Wizards’ new guard’s «followers» list.
CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM
However, as of Friday afternoon, Poole was still listed as one of Green’s 995 supporters.
Poole and Green made headlines before the start of the 2022-23 regular season when video leaked of a punch Green threw at Poole in a Warriors practice.
WARRIORS’ DRAYMOND GREEN DECLINES PLAYER OPTION AND BECOMES A FREE AGENT
The now infamous altercation became a point of contention throughout the season. Green said the hit ultimately contributed to Golden State’s playoff loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.
Poole signaled «maturity» when he addressed the incident after the season.
«I don’t talk about it a lot. But I will say … you have to have a different level of maturity. We had a season to play.» Poole told ESPN in May. «You’re going to have to play with these people in the locker room, and that’s why I said maturity is important.»
Poole has 2.2 million followers on Instagram, but hasn’t been very active on the platform in recent months.
Poole was the 28th pick overall in 2019 and became a major offensive player for Golden State. He played a key role during the team’s championship run in 2022.
CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP
In October 2022, the Warriors and Poole agreed to a four-year, $140 million contract extension. Now the 24-year-old will suit up for a different team.