The Warriors have decided against protesting the Payton trade.

The Golden State Warriors have decided not to pursue their complaint against the Portland Trail Blazers. They first filed the complaint with the league, which made fans learn about trade rules, medical exams, and the differences between taking Toradol orally and injecting it.

Chris Haynes understands this is bad news, since he uses the terminology of the most frequently disheartening and irritating parts of American professional sports in his tweet: “Replay review in the NFL.” The Warriors proceeded with the transaction despite Gary Payton II failing his medical as part of a four-team deal, then complained.

Concerned Warriors fans said that the Blazers have a history of tricking other teams in trades and misbehaving in the medical field.Since Blazers players rarely get hurt, the idea that the medical staff might not be telling the truth made many fans angry.

There were rumors that Payton was unhappy in Portland, that his agent had contradicted the Warriors, and that opposing the move would accomplish little. What was the method of their compromise? Gary Payton II’s health improved.

Suddenly, all is right again. The Warriors get back their beloved defensive specialist and fan favorite. The Blazers keep their five second-round picks and continue their recent embrace of tanking.

Payton gets to never answer a question about Toradol again. Bob Myers doesn’t have to talk about this trade when he’s (maybe!) working for another team next year.

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