The Golden State Warriors continued their road woes on Saturday night.
The Dubs couldn’t keep up against the Sacramento Kings, losing the game 126-123.
Stephen Curry had the chance to tie the game on the last play but he missed a big 3-pointer.
Following the match, Draymond Green shared his thoughts on the game, taking a jab at Malik Monk and urging his team to not let him go for 32 in the postseason.
"De'Aaron Fox may get 38 points, but you can't give up 32 to Malik Monk"
—@Money23Green reacts to the Warriors Game 1 loss to the Kings pic.twitter.com/ynchhF2KA4
— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) April 16, 2023
“De’Aaron Fox may get 38 points, but you can’t give up 32 to Malik Monk,” Green said on his self-named podcast.
De’Aaron Fox made his debut in the playoffs and definitely rose to the occasion.
The talented point guard played great basketball, scoring from every spot on the court.
Malik Monk helped him with 32 points, but he wasn’t expected to have that type of game.
Stephen Curry responded with 30 points, but it wasn’t enough to lead his team to the promised land.
Draymond knows they need to do better if they want to turn things around and compete for the championship again.
The Warriors keep struggling on the road, and it is mandatory for them to win the next game.
Going down 2-0 would be a huge problem for the Dubs, and Green is trying to prevent that.
If they want to have a chance to win this series, they need to win on Monday.
Green finished the game with four points, nine rebounds and 11 assists.
It’s time for the Warriors to fight their demons if they want to achieve something in the playoffs.NEXT: Video Shows 2 Warriors Stars Preparing To Return