Draymond Green is usually not the first player you would want launching the ball when the game is on the line. However, Steve Kerr believes the Golden State Warriors forward is a more-than-capable shooter from three.

The Athletic’s Anthony Slater noticed that Dray is an extremely accurate shooter when it comes to the game’s final frame. In turn, he asked the head coach if he feels convinced with the ball in Green’s hands whenever it’s the final quarter of the game.

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The Warriors head coach chuckled at the question and proceeded to confirm Slater’s suspicions.

The amount of praise he gave Green was nothing short of fantastic.

“The guy’s just a winner, so when the game matters or is on the line, he suddenly becomes a good shooter. He has more belief in his shooting that is probably called for. But that’s a good thing. That’s why he is who he is: he just has a lot of belief in himself. And when the moment is biggest, that’s when he plays his best.”

The Warriors veteran big had a terrible shooting night during the Warriors’ 105-96 victory over the Phoenix Suns, finishing the night with 11 points on an atrocious 29% field goal percentage. However, his three-point shooting was decent, as he made two of his five attempts from deep.

Green is playing much better compared to last season. In spite of the absences of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, he’s averaging 9.5 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 5.5 assists on 45% shooting. He’ll continue to be one of the Warriors’ pillars as they get through a season where they’re expected to lose a lot.