Draymond Green and the New Orleans Pelicans have not been making any friends during this playoff series. Green has been going at it with the entire Pelicans team most of this series, and Rajon Rondo and Green have already gotten into a few disputes.

After Game 3 Draymond Green said he wasn’t an idiot about what the Pelicans and Rondo were trying to do.

“I’m not an idiot, that’s for sure. I see what they’re trying to accomplish a mile away. I’m not dumb. That’s about it.”

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Even though everyone isn’t a fan of Draymond, one guy who is a big fan is Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry who applauded his play after Game 3.

“I don’t think anything he does crosses the line”, Gentry told Mark Medina of The Mercury News. “He’s the perfect guy. If he’s on your team, you love him. If he’s not on your team, you despise him. To me, those are the kind of players I’d like to have on the team. All he does is win.”

That seems to be the common thought around the NBA. If Draymond is on your team you love him as a teammate and what he brings. He is always going to have a teammate’s back, and will always give 100 percent. If you are against him though you hate what he brings to the game. Some thinks he complains a lot and he isn’t afraid to give a hard foul every once in a while.

As this series goes on for the Warriors and Pelicans how Draymond Green controls his emotion, or lack there of is a big storyline to follow.