The Golden State Warriors got punched in the mouth on Saturday night against the 76ers as the fell flat in Philadelphia, 102-93. Draymond Green was apparently still thinking about it in his dreams.
With Warriors on their East coast swing, Draymond Green tweeted out at 5:13 in the morning that he still wasn't able to wash away the sour taste of the Sixers loss.
“It’s been a couple years since losing a game bothered me this much… This is Good.”
It’s been a couple years since losing a game bothered me this much… This is Good
— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) December 12, 2021
The sleeping giant in Golden State has been reawakened. The Warriors have been in a lengthy hibernation for the past two seasons after Kevin Durant left town and Klay Thompson battled against injuries.
The Warriors held the NBA's best record for most of the season and have done so without Thompson and prized youngster James Wiseman. Despite some off nights like they had against the Sixers, they're only bound to get better.
With a retooled roster and renewed championship aspirations, Draymond Green, Stephen Curry, and the rest of the squad is locked in like it's 2014. They've been virtually written off the past couple of seasons and look to regain the supremacy they once held over the rest of the NBA.