Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and forward Draymond Green missed Thursday night’s game against the Suns, with coach Steve Kerr calling it a “brutal back to back.”
Warriors forward Draymond Green said he was pleased that Tristan Thompson wouldn’t be suspended following their scuffle late in Game 1 of the NBA Finals, saying, “I’d rather a guy not get suspended. … You know, that does nothing for us or for me.”
The NBA determined that Warriors forward Draymond Green committed a lane violation and a foul that should have been called in the waning seconds of regulation in Game 1.
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NBA says Draymond fouled, had lane violation
The Warriors are on the verge of playoff elimination, but Draymond Green said the defending NBA champs are in a great position to rebound and force a decisive Game 7 against Houston.
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Green: Warriors will bounce back, force Game 7
Ahead of Sunday’s Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, Warriors forward Draymond Green said, “I think we’re at our best when we feel threatened,” adding that in Game 2, “we didn’t feel as threatened, and the sense of urgency wasn’t there.”
Green: Warriors ‘at our best’ when threatened
LeBron James’ ability to remember every play of a Celtics run against his Cavs impressed Draymond Green and Steve Kerr of the Warriors.
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Draymond: LeBron’s total recall worth standing O