On the day Draymond Green probably set a record for his time of dismissal, Anthony Davis led the Los Angeles Lakers to overcome the Golden State Warriors for a seventh consecutive victory.
Absent in the last two matches of the Golden State Warriors, Draymond Green returned to join the young Los Angeles Lakers.
It was thought the striker who had made many appearances in All-Star would do his best in the hope of stopping the giant from LA, but his number of minutes stopped at 10 after Draymond Green was knocked out. right to play in the middle of the 2nd half.
When the match was 5 minutes and 56 seconds, Green had a collision situation with Dwight Howard during a ball dispute. Dissatisfied with the referee’s whistle, Draymond reacted and received a technical error.
Exactly 12 seconds later, in the next phase, he again collided with the center-man wearing shirt number 39 of LA Lakers. In the same scenario, Green asked the referee to blow a penalty and this time, he was disqualified because he received 2 technical errors.
It’s not clear why Draymond Green is so uncomfortable because in both phases, the collision is not too heavy and often seen in the NBA. But somehow the striker was unable to keep his cool and was forced to take an early shower.
Green’s story is probably the rare highlight of this disparate match. While Draymond was on the field, the Golden State Warriors performed quite well. Teachers and coach Steve Kerr kept the match against an LA Lakers without LeBron and was only 2 points away when entering the break.
However, in the third half, the yellow-purple team with the familiar tactics tightened the defense, allowing Golden State to record a mere 17 points. At the same time in attack, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope with Rajon Rondo and Avery Bradley definitely finished, helping the Lakers score 40 points to take the game.