Draymond Green has played an important role in the Warriors' dominance, and he's been lauded for it. This season he's taken a bit of a step back. Doe that mean he's no longer a top 10 player?
Will the Warriors' power forward let history repeat itself?
In most games, when he goes to guard a pick-and-roll, Warriors forward Draymond Green sees an opposing player wave him off. It is a repeated reminder that teams still fear what he can do defensively.
"That's definitely a compliment," Green said after shootaround Monday. "It makes me feel good about myself."
Green has struggled this season to deliver the game-saving stops that were the driving force behind his first Defensive Player of the Year Award in June....