Dillon Brooks on Steve Kerr’s ‘Code’ Comments: ‘I Don’t Even Know What That Means in the Playoffs’

Dillon Brooks has responded to the Warriors and Coach Steve Kerr’s comments claiming that he “broke the code” after his Flagrant 2 foul on Gary Payton II resulted in the Warriors guard fracturing his left elbow, an injury that will reportedly keep him out for three weeks.

“I don’t even know what that means in the playoffs. I did not even understand what he meant by that,” Brooks said.

The 26-year-old later followed up by saying he would “take the playback if he could.”

“It’s in the past,” Brooks said per ESPN. “I didn’t mean for it to hurt somebody. If I were to take it back in a moment, I would. But it’s in the past.”

Brooks will be back in the Grizzlies lineup for Game 4 against the Warriors, while Ja Morant remains doubtful to play while he deals with some knee soreness that he experienced in Game 3.

The Grizzlies look to tie the series up 2-2 on Monday.