Draymond Green Triple-Double vs Nuggets, Says He Would Have A Lot More If He Cared About Stats

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| January 3rd, 2017 | 1,279 Views

With three minutes left in regulation, Draymond Green’s teammates kept telling him he only needed one more rebound to get a triple-double. Green responded by telling them he probably wouldn’t get it just because they said something. With 28.9 seconds left, he did get his 10th rebound and finished with a triple-double line of 15 points, 13 assists and 10 boards.

“No, I don’t care at all. It’s not really a focus of mine,” Green said after the 127-119 win over the Nuggets. “Trust me, if I cared I’d have a lot more than what I have. One this year? Two? I would have a lot more if I cared but it doesn’t matter to me as long as we win”

He might not care like a Ricky Davis or Andray Blatche, but considering the Warriors are 16-0 when Green gets a triple-double, it’s always a good thing for the team when he does it.




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