Draymond Green became viral on Saturday night for the right reasons.
The Warriors all-round striker had gone on to win the 110: 99 game 3 against the Trail Blazers. He scored 20 points, grabbed 13 rebounds, paid 12 assists and collected four steals.
However, his leadership stole the show. After the win, Green turned to the video coordinator of the Warriors to bring him into the right attitude.
"James Laughlin, our video coordinator came up to me just before the show started, saying," Hey. "He said," You've been helping me grow since I've been here. And this. "Series we will need our bank very much and it is important that you stay with them and continue to trust them," said Green.
Draymond dictates to the Warriors video coordinator that he inspired him as leader of the WCF. pic.twitter.com/EOGvcG3xFN
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When Warriors' support center, Jordan Bell, missed a wide open hole. Green was right there to pick up his teammate.
"He missed a shot tonight, did he? I did it, he did it, it's alright, let it move." "It's alright, they missed a shot, we all have it, nobody's perfect."
Bell followed the encouragement two minutes later with a huge dunk.
This is more like JB 😤
– Warrior on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) May 19, 2019
"For a second I caught myself, like man "We could have reduced that to six, and then we fouled her, so it was just up to me to stay with him [Bell] and give him some self-confidence and he had a block," Green said.
"Well, I think that was an important moment, and it's – you know, we're always talking about the strength in numbers, it's coming from a video coordinator – usually you do not get that from a video coordinator, but that paid off for us tonight. "
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The Warriors receive the best possible version of Green At the moment, he is not Steph Curry, he is not Kevin Durant, he is not Klay Thompson, but he is the catalyst that sets the train rolling, and he will undoubtedly be one of the biggest keys to the Warriors' 3-peating.