By Jay Rich
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Following the Golden State Warriors’ game one win against the Portland Trail Blazers, Andrew Bogut was complimenting his team. He said Draymond Green is the best all-around player in the NBA. This is something Green humbly didn’t say, himself, but did accept.
Draymond Green took it upon himself to claim the Warriors’ historic record of 73-9, speaking it into existence. But, his positive energy was not enough to stop Steph Curry from getting bitten by the injury bug. In his absence, the Warriors dropped a playoff game.
Because of this, Steve Kerr did not give Draymond Green as high of a compliment as Bogut offered. Definitely giving Draymond Green his props, the second time in two seasons Coach of the Year said he is not a “superstar” yet. Green has responded by cutting down his turnovers to play more efficiently.
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