Draymond Green was a unchanging participation for a Golden State Warriors on Sunday in their Game 1 win over a Portland Trail Blazers, creation poignant contributions with his defense, offense and rebounding.
Green was a thorn in a Blazers’ descent plans. The Blazers shot 25 percent (4-of-16) when Green was a primary defender in Game 1. The 16 margin idea attempts Green faced were a many on a Warriors.
Green was a primary defender on 20 Trail Blazers plays. The Blazers scored 11 points on those plays and committed turnovers on 3 of them.
In further to his on-ball defense, Green got 3 of his 5 blocks as a assistance defender.
On offense, a Warriors shot 9-of-12 (75 percent) off Green’s passes in Game 1 for 20 points. Green led a group in assists with nine, and his passes led to a team-high 5 uncontested shots.
Green scored 19 points himself on 6-of-10 shooting, including 3-of-4 on 3-pointers. On uncontested 3-pointers, Green was 3-of-3.
During a unchanging season, Green shot 40 percent on uncontested 3-pointers, lowest of a 7 Warriors players who took 30 or some-more uncontested 3-point shots.
Green had a team-high 12 rebounds in Game 1. The Warriors shot 9-of-11 (82 percent) for 21 points on security directly after one of his rebounds. Green scored 6 points and had 3 assists after a rebound.