SAN FRANCISCO — The Golden State Warriors added another victory to their record Monday night against the Sacramento Kings. While winning this game, Draymond Green had one of his best games this season. He recorded a triple-double, scoring 16 points grabbing 11 rebounds, and dishing out 10 assists.

The Warriors were without starters Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins, so Green knew he had to step up to get the victory. He also had pressure to perform well from his 4-year-old son, who worked as the team's ball boy for the night.

“Last year, I had a pretty good year, but the year before that, I played 12 games, and I was terrible in all of them, except for the Christmas Day game against Houston and the game we had in Cleveland. I was terrible. But that's when he (Green's son DJ) was just starting to understand and watch the game. So for him and my oldest daughter to kind of see and understand, okay, he can play a little bit. It is a motivation for me,” Green told ClutchPoints.

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Earlier this year, Green mentioned he wanted to be in great shape and show he could be great again because of his kids. So having his son DJ working this game was the perfect idea to get the best out of Green on a night they needed him more offensively.

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Green was terrific from beginning until the end. He was the hardest working man on the floor, but there was a 4-year-old kid who worked the hardest in the win.

While motivating his dad, he made sure the team had masks, shooting shirts, and towels all game. The smallest person on the court was the biggest reason the Warriors came out on top.