Sunday, September 24 2023

You can talk all day about how he can be controversial, but I always love to listen to former Michigan State basketball star Draymond Green break down the X’s and O’s of the game of basketball.

That’s what Draymond did on Sunday night, after the Warriors knocked the Kings out of the playoffs to advance to the second round, Green took the time to breakdown some of the strategy that was at play in game seven:

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