The USA men’s basketball team just won its fourth consecutive Olympic gold medal. By defeating France in the championship, 87 to 82, the win adds another accolade to the tremendous career of the Golden State Warriors star, Draymond Green.

He didn’t attempt a shot in the championship game, but led the team in assists with five and had two steals to contribute to winning a gold medal.

Some question if Green is a future Hall of Famer. Nevertheless, while people question his greatness, he continues to build on a great career. It leads us to the question: Does adding another gold medal to Green’s resume help his legacy any?

The forward from Saginaw, Michigan, has had a really decorated career professionally, as well as at the collegiate level. Numbers don’t show how good Draymond Green is, but when you watch him play or if you are an opponent, you notice precisely how good he is. Without scoring a single point, he finds a way to impact a game positively.

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Winning is just something Draymond Green does when he’s on your team. He makes good things happen. Some things you can’t teach, and thats what makes him so unique. There isn’t another player in NBA history who had this type of an impact on the game without scoring. He passes rebounds and defends at an elite level. All of these things help the Warriors and, in this case, Team USA win games.

What makes a Hall of Famer? Green has accolades that current Hall of Famer’s don’t have. Not many players have won three championships, two gold medals, Defensive Player of the Year, and lead the league in steals, to name a few of Green’s accomplishments.

Game changers usually end up in the Hall of Fame. Green wasn’t the first undersized player to play center, but the Golden State Warriors death lineup alerted the NBA that you can win a championship this way. After winning rings, it put Green and players like him on the map. That’s why he had the chance to be selected to represent the US men’s team twice in the Olympics. He created a new need in the NBA and Olympics, the Draymond Green type player.

So how much does this second medal help Green’s legacy? I think none. It only solidifies his greatness even more. Green has had a Hall of Fame career already, and the NBA world should be mentioning his name with other all-time greats. That kind of respect is well deserved, not because he won another medal but because he earned it.