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Draymond Green
Draymond Green
Position: F
Born: 03/04/90
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:229 lbs. / 104.3 kg.
Salary: $15,330,435
The winning team at the hackathon examined the behavior of clubs in the regular season versus the playoffs, and whether any benefited from resorting to “hero ball.” The team, comprised of Alex Wainger and Zac Robertson from Columbia University, Ella Kuzmenko from NYU and William Robbins from Pace University, found that changing a team’s brand of basketball and decreasing overall passing and increasing the overall number of dribbles on offense resulted in fewer points per possession. For finishing in first, the four received an open invitation to play pickup at Terminal 23, free tickets to an NBA game, a $800 NBA Store gift card and lunch with league staff. In second place was Chris Packard from Stanford University and Senthil Natarajan from Rice University, two writers from Nylon Calculus. Their analysis focused on assessing the defensive versatility and analyzing how players defend against different types of scorers. “With positional versatility valued more than ever, we felt it would be cool to develop a tool to quantify players like Draymond Green who could capably defend multiple positions,” Senthil said.
Draymond Green: “I don’t need to take a knee to say it. I’ll just say it: it’s messed up, and there needs to be some changes made. Until then, we’ll keep battling, keep wondering ‘Why did this guy get killed? Why did that guy get killed?’ There’s people’s lives out here being taken, and somebody wants to criticize what Colin’s doing?… I think it’s pretty ridiculous that someone can’t come up with a solution, or (that) people can’t be criticized for their actions. I’ve been penalized for my actions, and I’m ok with that. Other people not being penalized for their actions is pretty ridiculous to me.”
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The Warriors made their annual trip to San Quentin State Prison on Saturday. As has been the case in each of the last five years, members of the Warriors front office staff and basketball operations department played a pickup game against select prison inmates in front of a crowd of prison guards and other inmates. While Warriors President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Bob Myers headlined the Warriors contingent on the court, Warriors players Kevin Durant and Draymond Green took in the action from the sidelines. There, they sat among the inmates to watch the action, sign autographs and even play some dominos.