Dillon Brooks of the Memphis Grizzlies says he didn’t mean to injure Gary Payton II from Golden State.

SAN FRANCISCO Memphis GrizzliesForward Dillon BrooksHe stated that he would take back the flagrant two offences he committed. Gary Payton IIIf he could, his elbow.

Brooks stated that he didn't mean to injure anyone in his first remarks since Game 2's ejection. Golden State guard.

Brooks stated that “it's in the future” after Brooks' shootaround with the Grizzlies before Game 4. “It wasn't meant to hurt anybody. I would take it back if it were me. But it's the past.”

Brooks claimed that he was unable to understand the meaning of Steve Kerr's statement in which he stated that Brooks “broke code” by fouling an Airborne player, hitting Payton in his head and injuring him.

Payton will need to be in hospital for at least two more weeks because of the fractured left arm.

Brooks responded with “No reaction” when Brooks was asked about Kerr's pointed comments. Brooks said, “I don’t even know what that means.” It's the playoffs. Every bucket, every possession, and every play count. “So I wasn't sure what he meant.”

Brooks said: “I was trying make a play with the ball. Brooks said that he was running at full speed and that he jumped to adjust.

Brooks knew going into Game 4 he would likely be Public Enemy No. Brooks knew going into Game 4 that he would be Public Enemy No. 1 for Warriors fans.

He said, “I like being booed.” I like men against me. It gets me going even more.”

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