He’s also garnered the most press for some of his antics during the games, especially his heated moments with plenty of attitude and in-your-face antics.
But has he really been making a difference for his team?
Not as much as he’d like, that’s for sure.
Draymond through three games in the Finals: pic.twitter.com/P544VOVCiU
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 9, 2022
During the first three games of the Finals, Green has scored just 15 points while also receiving 15 personal fouls too.
Matching the number of points with the number of fouls is not a good thing and surely not best for the Warriors.
Will he get it together and change his ways for Game 4?
Green Gassed Up
People always know when Green is playing.
The man makes himself known, one way or another, in nearly every game.
However, lately, he’s been known more for being loud and abrasive rather than actually scoring points.
Even his defense hasn’t been as strong lately and that’s allowing Boston to score on Golden State again and again.
Plus, head coach Steve Kerr can’t rely on Green as often if he’s always on the verge of fouling out, which he did on Wednesday night.
If Green really does want to help his team win their latest Finals, he will need to step things up in terms of what he’s producing on the court.
That means he needs to limit the number of fouls he’s giving.
Yet, they won’t be doing that unless all of them are playing well – including Green.