Warriors’ Draymond Green is in the fourth round, making ‘big games’ until the NBA Finals Game 4 victory.
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The story with the Golden State Warriors all season has been that their first “three big ones” are back.
After two years of injuries to Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, Golden State has finally recovered, being able to play the kind of basketball football NBA fans have become fond of.
Veteran Draymond Green has been the undisputed voice of the organization since its inception, a self-defense stand that has the function of allowing the Warriors to go a little further to play their basketball.
This is what made Green’s vision of sitting on the bench at a very difficult time 4 games in the NBA Finals such a wonder.
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Golden State head coach Steve Kerr sat Green with 7:32 left in the game with Boston Celtics climbed 90-86.
“We took him out and put him in Loon [Kevon Looney] in, I think, about eight minutes maybe, that was our plan, “Kerr told a news conference.
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“We usually do that. Like most coaches, if you have a team that is going well, you just have it. A few minutes ago we just went into a kind of defense defense with Draymond and Jordan swapping.”
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In the next four minutes, Green was on the bench, Golden State ran a 97-94 lead while Green came in with 3:41 left in the game.
“I was never happy to come out of the game with seven minutes left to take the fourth in a game that should be won,” Green said when asked about the draw. “I’m not going to sit here and act like I’m happy.
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“I had to keep my head on the game and every time I came back, try to make a play.”
Green played a game, grabbing three rebounds and adding two assistants when he returned.
“I don’t want our players to be happy when I release them,” Kerr told Green. “Draymond is very competitive. I did not see what he did. He is a great contender. He came back, played a big game. He finished the game with four steals, eight assistants, nine boards.
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“This is a very difficult list to win because of Boston’s growth and speed. But he still has a big impact on the game. And he knows we will do everything we can to win. We’ve got a lot. what it would take in Game 5, and what we will do. ”
Green has struggled in the Finals, only scoring 17 points in the first four games. And yet, while still having a heartbeat, he is playing a key role in the return of Golden State to a much bigger area of the game.
“I’ve always done something, if you have something and it shakes, you stick,” Green said. “It is what it is.”