If this double hat looks complicated, looks Draymond Green As an excellent TV consultant so far. The analytical qualities of the Golden State Warriors’ interior are entertaining and exciting for TNT and spectators, but also… for Draymond’s opponents. In an interview with Matt Barnes on his podcast, Green recounted what happened after a private follow-up clip he had fabricated. Nikola Jokic.
One would think that the best player on the Denver Nuggets would have wanted to tell Draymond Green his way of thinking once they were reunited on the field, but that wasn’t the case.
“In the first half of the Nuggets game, I commented on four videos and criticized Nikola Jokic’s defense. I said if Denver wants to be a good team, Jokic must be good in defense because he’s in their last row. On the clips, you showed he doesn’t spin, no Move in. I was really very critical.
The following season he came to me and said something like, ‘I saw what I said about my defense on TV. I was right, I appreciated ‘something like that. And he told me it’s improved. I told him I’ve watched it this season and it’s obviously gotten better.’
It’s clear Draymond Green has a retraining ready for the day he decides to end his career. He’s only 31 years old and still has some great adventures living with the Warriors, but we can’t wait to see him excel at his new job too.
Draymond Green once called up Nikola Jokic’s defense while working as an analyst on TNT. Jokic ascended to Green the following season, said he appreciated the criticism and told Green he had improved.
Greene replied: “I’ve improved 100%.”pic.twitter.com/SzCpEKBzFQ
Harrison Wind December 22 2021
Draymond Green unlocks his defensive genius and that’s exciting
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