Draymond Green came up clutch for the Golden State Warriors in Game 4, pulling off the game-clinching block to prevent a Memphis Grizzlies comeback. Naturally, the former Defensive Player of the Year was hyped after his big-time play.

With less than 10 seconds to go, Green showed his defensive chops by stopping a Jaren Jackson Jr. triple that would have tied the game at 98-all. It was only a tip block, but it was the most important defensive stop of the night.

Right after his play, Green can be seen really ecstatic as he celebrated the clutch block.

Here’s Green’s incredible stop for the Warriors:

Check out how he celebrated right after that, shouting “This is what I do! Every game!”

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While the stats don’t always show it, Draymond Green is truly crucial for the Warriors. Not only is he the vocal leader and soul of the Dubs, but he also the defensive anchor whom Stephen Curry and Golden State can rely on during high-pressure situations.

Sure enough, everyone saw that in the closing moments of Game 4 against the Grizzlies.

The Warriors eventually bagged the 101-98 victory, with Green finishing with two points, 11 rebounds, five assists and one block. Meanwhile, Stephen Curry led the way with 32 points on top of five rebounds and eight assists.

Golden State is now up 3-1 in the series with a legitimate chance of closing things out on the road.