Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green remains a relevant name around the NBA with his analysis of the game.
Green is one of the most respected voices among players when it comes to breaking down the game.
The four-time NBA champion has been analyzing the playoffs and recently pointed out something he doesn’t like that he is seeing.
Green took offense to the players who hold the ball when the clock is running out of time during the playoffs.
"It’s so unacceptable to do that during the playoffs."
Dray doesn't like players protecting their shooting percentage 😅
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 8, 2023
He explained that Stephen Curry is somebody that doesn’t hesitate to take these big shots, no matter how far he is from the rim.
Green admits that it’s easy for Curry to do this since he’s the best shooter of all time.
Then again, he recalled two long shots from Jordan Poole at the buzzer that played a big role in the Warriors’ championship.
Being Stephen Curry, it’s easy for you to take shots from anywhere, but Curry urging his teammates to attempt these shots has also helped his team.
The Nuggets and Heat have taken these shots during the three games of the series, but Green doesn’t like how shy some players have been throughout the playoffs.
If they aspire to win the championship, they need to go further, take more risks, and hope they end up helping the team.
Both teams have good shooters that can make long-range shots with ease.
Making a buzzer-beater won’t make them champions at all, but it can certainly give them a boost to beat their rivals, as Green explains.NEXT: Steve Kerr Explains How He Uses Bill Belichick As Inspiration