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Draymond Green says the Warriors have yet to perform at their best

It’s rare for basketball fans to see a team that is built like the Golden State Warriors. They have four All-Stars at their peak, three All-NBA players, two former MVP’s and a Defensive Player of the Year on their team. And one of those decorated players, widely-recognized as the team’s glue guy, is forward Draymond Green. Known as an elite defender, Green is also one of the best, if not the best, passers on the roster.

However, the former Spartan is also popular for his outspokenness. His motor mouth has worked wonders for his team, but it also has found him in unfavorable positions a few times. But Green won’t stop. Not now. Probably, not ever.

Draymond Green is on vacation in the UK, but still willing to talk to the media. He spoke to the BBC about the recent big summer signings and trades in the NBA.

“I still do not think there is anyone in the league that can beat us,” said Green, after he was asked about Chris Paul and Paul George joining the Rockets and Thunder respectively. “What it is doing is forcing the other teams to get better, and that is great for the NBA.”

Green also stated that his team can be even better.

“I know we can and will get better,” he said. “You have not seen the best of this team yet.”

The Warriors are one of the greatest teams ever assembled. The group that finished with an NBA-record 73 wins in 2016 added former MVP Kevin Durant last summer. Now with another championship on their belt, the Bay Area team is not just more experienced. Their confidence is on a whole new level, and that is nothing but terrifying for the entire league.