Peyton begs Draymond to end ManningCast curse vs. Nets


Move over Madden Curse. The ManningCast Curse is all the rage, and the Warriors are hoping to buck the trend Tuesday night on the road against the Brooklyn Nets.

Warriors forward Draymond Green appeared on ESPN's ManningCast during the 49ers' 31-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams at Levi's Stadium on Monday Night Football and hosts Peyton and Eli Manning made him aware of a curse related to guests on their show.

"All right, welcome back," Eli said. "Still got Draymond. We got a little tweet here, says 'Draymond on the Manning cast dot dot dot season is over.' They've obviously heard about the curse. But Draymond obviously knew you can come on and you can curse or you can be cursed. He chose to curse and I think it's going to work out just fine for you Draymond."

"Please beat the Nets tomorrow, Draymond, so we can stop talking about this," Peyton said.

The ManningCast is in its inaugural season, and during each broadcast, they have a different guest in each quarter. In previous weeks, six current NFL players have joined the show and their team went on to lose its next game.

The Warriors (11-2) face Kevin Durant and the Nets (10-4) on Tuesday night at Barclays Center, and Draymond will hope to help Golden State end the ManningCast Curse.

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