HoopsHype Draymond Green rumors

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Or remain on the canvas, woozy and confused. Because the Warriors’ 129-27 double-overtime loss to the Spurs felt like an entire series, an entire season–maybe an entire multitude of lifetimes. “It’s not easy,” rookie forward Draymond Green said. “But we’ve got to refocus. “It’s going to be tough, but we’re going to try not to let this one carry over to Game 2 (on Wednesday). “Try to do the things we did well tonight and correct our mistakes.” San Jose Mercury-News

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Make no mistake, this is Mark Jackson's call. Management gave Jackson (who coached McGuire last season) veto power since he will have to blend in whoever they sign. And he is not a fan of McGuire taking minutes away from his rookie. Sulia

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It is hard to imagine what a man feels when he scores his first NBA basket. After years of hard work, effort, and luck, the player has followed through on one of his dreams and accomplished something truly meaningful. His name will appear in the record book forever as an NBA scorer, someone who managed to put the ball in the basket against the best in the world. It stands to reason that a player might let his emotions run wild in the moments after his first basket. That's exactly what happened to Golden State Warriors rookie forward Draymond Green in the second quarter of Wednesday night's home game against the Atlanta Hawks. With 8:30 remaining in the half, Green took a pass from Jarrett Jack at the top of the arc and knocked down an open three-pointer. It was a big shot for Green, an All-American and Big Ten Player of the Year at Michigan State. After 37 minutes in seven games, he had only a single point to his name after splitting a pair of free throws and missing his first nine field goal attempts. Yahoo! Sports

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