Draymond Green was seen giving defensive advice to the Golden State Warriors' top draft pick, James Wiseman, on the sideline in a Christmas Day matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Warriors were no match for the Bucks, as they lost 138-99, falling to 0-2 on the season. This 39-point loss marks the second consecutive game the Warriors have lost by at least 25 points, losing to the Brooklyn Nets by 26.

One of the best defenders in the NBA, Draymond Green has been out of the past couple of games with the Warriors due to a foot injury. As a result, he has been limited to coaching young players, such as Wiseman, the 7-foot center from Memphis, on the sidelines.

The advice caught on camera should not be ignored, as Green, a former Defensive Player of the Year and 3X All-Defensive First Team, has a lot of knowledge to give to the young core of the Warriors, especially Wiseman. It should be noted that Wiseman, who scored a promising 19 points along with 6 rebounds and 2 steals against the Bucks, is regarded as one of the most talented players to be drafted this past year.

Though he only played three games while at Memphis due to ineligibility, Wiseman has a lot to offer: The versatile athlete not only has range but can be a force in the paint. He can provide a much-needed big man presence for the Warriors, especially with the absence of Green. However, once Green recovers from his injury, the Golden State frontcourt has the potential to develop one of the most dangerous big man combinations in the league.

It's been a long year for Warriors fans, and the Golden State's defense has been a sight to forget this season.

With Green healthy and Wiseman ready to show off his talent, the Warriors' defense can soon get back on track.