Warriors star Draymond Green speaks out on Stephen Curry omen from Game 4 that doomed Celtics
Stephen Curry put the Golden State Warriors on his back on Friday as they fought out a huge win in Game 4 of the NBA Finals against the Boston Celtics, 107-97. Dubs teammate Draymond Green has now spoken out about his teammates’ performance for the ages and unsurprisingly, Dray had nothing but high praise for Steph.
Green started out by calling out Curry’s naysayers. He then revealed one sign that he saw from the Warriors superstar early in the game that made him quickly realize that the Celtics were doomed:
“He was locked in from the very beginning,” Green said on his podcast (h/t The Volume on Twitter). “He hit a three in the first quarter and he started talking to the fans, and when Steph starts talking to the fans, it’s never a good sign. Well, it’s a good sign for us, but that’s never a good sign for anyone else.”
— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) June 11, 2022
Green then went on to say that he wasn’t at all surprised by Curry’s offensive explosion on Friday night. The outspoken Warriors forward revealed that Curry’s demeanor over the past few days showed that he was out to prove something, particularly after the Dubs fell to a 2-1 deficit after losing Game 3. And that’s exactly what Stephen Curry did on Friday.