Monday, December 6 2021

Steph, Draymond hilariously fail at high five due to Gordon originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

No matter if it’s preseason, the regular season or the playoffs, the goal is to always disrupt your opponent’s chemistry.

That rule apparently extends to celebrations.

On Wednesday night during the Warriors‘ 118-116 preseason win over the Denver Nuggets, Aaron Gordon did his best to make sure Steph Curry and Draymond Green couldn’t complete a high five.

Good blocking form from Gordon, honestly. 

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In 15 minutes of action, Curry scored 14 points on five-for-11 shooting while Green netted eight points and went two-for-four from the field.

Jordan Poole led the Warriors with 17 points while Otto Porter Jr. chipped in with 15.

Gordon scored 16 points in 22 minutes and had a rejection that won’t show up in the stat sheet.

The Warriors will take the court next Friday vs. the Los Angeles Lakers.

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Source: Yahoo Sports

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