Kevin Hart has dominated the All-Star celebrity game in recent years. The comedian scooped his fourth MVP award after the 2015 event but will not be competing this time around after a move to the sidelines.
Hart's position as coach of team USA, opposite Drake, will allow someone else to be crowned 2016 MVP but, ever the competitor, the 36-year-old has been looking for a new challenge.
And he has found it, in the shape of the Golden State Warriors' dominant forward and first-time All-Star Draymond Green.
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Hart took to Twitter to challenge Green to a three-point contest in Toronto, saying he would 'whoop' him and that he couldn't involved league MVP and teammate Stephen Curry.
Green, never one to back down from a challenge, posted a message on his Instagram, accepting the invite and taunting Hart about his height.
The leader in triple-doubles this season said Hart could shoot from the high school three-point line as he wouldn't be able to get it up from the NBA sized perimeter.
Maybe Kevin has bitten off more than he can chew; Green is shooting a career-high 41.9 percent from deep. We'll have to wait and see.
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