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Draymond Green agrees with 'best all-around' assessment

OAKLAND -- Warriors forward Draymond Green is embracing the praise he's getting from Andrew Bogut for being one of the best if not the best all-around player in the NBA."I agree," Green said Tuesday, smiling.Green had a triple-double in Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the Portland Trail Blazers after notching 13 of them in the regular season.
San Jose Mercury News
04/05
6 Points

Sports No doubt about Draymond Green's superstar status

" I said it yesterday and I'll stick to it -- I got some criticism for it -- but I think he's one of the best if not the best all-around players in the game. Honestly, I don't see a lot of superstars defending multiple possessions like he does or defending post-ups, grabbing rebounds, setting screens, being one of the smarter guys on the court and then still knocking down shots. He just knows how to play."Warriors coach Steve Kerr agreed."I'm not sure what that term (superstar) means," he said.
San Jose Mercury News
03/05
5 Points

Draymond Green does it all against Blazers -- again

Just as he did in the final two close-out victories against the Houston Rockets, Green kept his turnovers down in the 118-106 win. "I've never been one that's too comfortable with much. You'll never hear me call myself that, but if they are going to call me that, I'll take it. I'm not going to shy away from it."Green didn't shy away from much in this game. OAKLAND -- The Portland Trail Blazers clearly have a Draymond Green problem.
San Jose Mercury News
02/05
5 Points
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Sports Draymond Green leads Warriors to Game 1 rout

The Warriors, who have the long and versatile Shaun Livingston in Curry’s spot, have taken their defense to a new level in these past few weeks. And as they already knew and as the Blazers were reminded in the series opener, this harmonious hoops team known as the Warriors goes well beyond Curry and his transcendent talent.Klay Thompson, Curry’s fellow Splash Brother and one of the most understated stars in today’s game, had 37 points to lead the Game 1 win.
USA Today
02/05
2 Points
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Sports Klay Thompson, Draymond Green give Warriors comfortable halftime lead

The Golden State Warriors need their other key players to step up in Stephen Curry's absence. McCollum combined to score just 14 points on 3-for-19 shooting in the first half.Follow AJ Neuharth-Keusch on Twitter @tweetAJNK. So far in Game 1 against the Portland Trail Blazers, those players have been Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.Thompson .
USA Today
01/05
9 Points

Kawakami: Draymond Green ignites Warriors as they roll past Rockets

OAKLAND -- Draymond Green had the strength and he had the numbers.Yes, it was almost certainly inevitable that the Warriors would finish off the Houston Rockets on Wednesday at Oracle Arena, even with Stephen Curry out once again.The Warriors are much, much better than Houston.
San Jose Mercury News
28/04
4 Points
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Stephen Curry MRI reveals Grade 1 MCL sprain, to be re-evaluated in two weeks

He wants to play.”"I just feel so bad for him," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after the game. "He's been healthy all year long and all the sudden the playoffs start and a couple fluke things."The Warriors have a chance to end the series with Houston on Wednesday in Game 5.Follow AJ Neuharth-Keusch on Twitter @tweetAJNK. He’s so good, his shot is so great, his ballhandling is so great, the oopty-doo (style), and you forget to look at how competitive he is.
USA Today
26/04
17 Points
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Draymond Green shuts down reporter asking weird question about playoff success and Houston floods 

Draymond Green felt he was being baited into comparing the Warriors' playoff success in Houston and the terrible flooding in the area . and he wasn't having it.The Golden State forward shut down a reporter who stumbled through an awkward question after the Warriors' Game 4 win over the Rockets on Sunday.
Daily News
25/04
7 Points

Sports Watch: Draymond Green shoots down question comparing NBA game to deadly Houston floods

(Floods earlier this week killed eight people; Houston, a city frequently beset by floods, was also hit with flooding in 2015, as the Warriors played the Rockets in the NBA Western Conference Finals.)"Brother, you've asked me about the flood in practice the other day, you know, and I said I pray for the city of Houston because you don't want to see anyone go through that," Green said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
10 Points

Watch: Draymond Green shoots down question comparing NBA game to deadly Houston floods

(Floods earlier this week killed eight people; Houston, a city frequently beset by floods, was also hit with flooding in 2015, as the Warriors played the Rockets in the NBA Western Conference Finals.)"Brother, you've asked me about the flood in practice the other day, you know, and I said I pray for the city of Houston because you don't want to see anyone go through that," Green said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
3 Points

Sports Howard: Rockets will win Game 5

HOUSTON -- Rockets center Dwight Howard expressed confidence heading into Game 5 in Oakland and his team needing a win against the Warriors to extend the series."Game 5 won't be the last game for us," he said after the 121-94 loss in Game 4. The Rockets employed the strategy as well, hacking Festus Ezeli and James Michael McAdoo.For more on the Warriors, see the Inside the Warriors blog at www.ibabuzz.com/warriors.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
16 Points

Sports Watch: Draymond Green shoots down question comparing NBA game to deadly Houston floods

(Floods earlier this week killed eight people; Houston, a city frequently beset by floods, was also hit with flooding in 2015, as the Warriors played the Rockets in the NBA Western Conference Finals.)"Brother, you've asked me about the flood in practice the other day, you know, and I said I pray for the city of Houston because you don't want to see anyone go through that," Green said.
San Jose Mercury News
25/04
4 Points
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Warriors go up 3-1 vs. Rockets, Curry hurt again

 Talk about mixed emotions.The Golden State Warriors, 3-1 series lead over the Houston Rockets and all, won’t know how to feel in these next few days. He also said the ankle was fine."Looked like he slipped on a wet spot, right before the half and we'll see what happens with the MRI," Kerr said. Howard, who plans to opt out and become a free agent, finished with 19 points and 15 rebounds.Follow Sam Amick on Twitter @sam_amick.
USA Today
25/04
15 Points
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Draymond Green's message to somber Stephen Curry: 'We got you'

And per the Warriors’ norm, there was the always-vocal Draymond Green."He was shook up; he was crying," the Warriors forward told USA TODAY Sports.  again.All around him at the Toyota Center on Sunday afternoon, with the Golden State Warriors’ hopes of a title defense hanging in the balance and the reigning MVP with tears in his eyes having just been told that a third-quarter return from this right knee injury was just too risky, there was noise.
USA Today
25/04
13 Points
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