Draymond Green can oftentimes be an overlooked member of the Golden State Warriors’. Green’s production doesn’t always translate to a traditional box score the way the Splash Brothers and Kevin Durant skill sets do. This year, the undersized forward has played an integral role in the Warriors 67-win season, despite a dip in his averages.
True basketball fans know that Draymond isn't just the heart and soul of the Warriors, he's the engine that keeps this juggernaut running on both sides of the floor. He’s a multi-tool that allows everyone else to flourish and embraces his polarizing role as mouth piece on the squad.
It's also why he's perfect to sub for Kendrick Lamar in this "Humble" parody created by Athletes Underground. In this one minute video, Green raps about his contributions on the defensive end, his blocks that go viral, and his basketball IQ – "First triple-double ever done not including points" – referencing his triple double against the Memphis Grizzles where he had 12 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 steals, and only four points.
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