Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green has expressed his unwavering commitment to the team, despite their disappointing performance this season. On his podcast, Green discussed the Warriors’ future and stated that while this season’s team may have been “maxed out,” he believes there is still “a lot of winning ahead of us.”
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Green is confident in the team’s ability to compete for another championship, stating that he plans on “doing this thing again.” He believes that he will be riding out his career with the same group of guys he started with, and is committed to the team’s long-term success.
Green recognizes the importance of the upcoming offseason for the Warriors and has been discussing it with fellow stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. He stated that “this summer is important” and stressed the importance of being “locked in.”
Despite the team’s recent struggles, Green remains optimistic about the future and the team’s ability to compete at the highest level. He stated, “No, I don’t think this is it. I’ll say it right here for you: No, this isn’t it. We plan on doing this thing again. That’s the plan.”
With Green’s leadership and the talent of Curry and Thompson, the Warriors have a strong foundation for future success. Their commitment to the team’s long-term goals and their determination to keep pushing forward give fans hope for the future.
Draymond Green Predicts Lakers Will Beat Nuggets in Western Conference Finals
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green believes that the Los Angeles Lakers will defeat the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Finals. Green, who lost to the Lakers in six games in the second round of the playoffs, thinks the Lakers will have no trouble with the No. 1-seeded Nuggets if they can stop Nikola Jokic from passing or scoring.
Although the Nuggets have been impressive in the playoffs, with Jamal Murray back to full health and Jokic dominating, Green believes the Lakers will have the edge. He expects the Lakers to close out the series at home in six games.
The Lakers have won all seven of their playoff games at home this season and are looking to repeat their success from the 2019-20 season, where they knocked the Nuggets out of the playoffs on their way to winning the NBA title. The Western Conference Finals begin on May 16, with Game 1 taking place in Denver at 5:30 p.m. PST.