With 4:44 left in the game with the Charlotte Hornets, Draymond Green missed a mistaken attempt by Eric Paschall to give the Golden State Warriors the lead 10 points, the fourth quarter ends. Before he made an emergency stop, the former defensive player of the year hit a three-pointer in time to extend the Golden State Warriors’ lead.
Despite his key points, Green will still remember his performance against the Hornets in the final seconds of the game.
With 9.3 seconds left in the game, the Warriors led by 2 points and LaMelo Ball was placed next to the jump ball against Brad Wanamaker. The following tips. When Green and Gordon Hayward competed for the empty ball, Charlotte quickly called a timeout. Feeling unhappy after Charlotte got a timeout and possession, Green lost his composure. While roaring at the officials, the Golden State forward acquired a pair of techniques that led to the deportation.
With Green withdrawing from the game at a critical moment, Charlotte won two technical free throws and had the opportunity to steal the game with the final possession. Over time, Terry Rozier drilled a fading jumper from the corner to win the Charlotte game with a 1
After the Golden State defeated the Hornets, Steve Kerr called Green’s technique “a terrible mistake.”
Via @anthonyVslater on Twitter:
Kerr said at a post-match press conference with reporters that Green had crossed the line.
He has crossed the line. That is the main thing. We love his passion and energy. We will not be without his team, but that did not give him a permit to cross that line.
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After the game, Passauer told reporters that Green had his pair of skills in Charlotte.
Green finished the game with 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks from the field in 32 minutes against the Hornets. Green and the Warriors will have a chance to rebound on Tuesday and head to Madison Square Garden to fight the New York Knicks.