The G4 starts tomorrow, and everyone is paying attention to whether Curry can still play. Yuzu please rest assured that the good news from the Warriors side is that the injury of the primary school student is not as serious as expected, and even does not need MRI. Curry also personally assured that he would play G4, stressing that this was the only thing he was very sure of.
What could he not confirm?
Yuzu privately thought that he could not confirm how to break the situation, now there are strong enemies on the outside and the dilemma of the old sixth.
This old sixth, everyone knows who it is. In the finals G3, Green handed over 2 points, 3 assists, 4 boards and 6 fouls. What's even more outrageous is that cole actually let him play for 30 minutes.
Fans joked that at the Green Army celebration banquet, the whole team had to show at least one to The Green Teacher, and if there was no "wonderful play" of Green, the Celtics might not have won so much.
What impact does a 26.3% shooting percentage have on the field for 30 minutes? The impact is that the green army on the defensive end can completely empty Green, and he does not dare to shoot anyway, and he does not shoot. The Green Army, which is already extremely mobile, has all its uniform hands on the edge of the forbidden area to assist in defense, so that the warriors cannot go in at all.
Some people say that it doesn't matter, Green is not known for offense, his function is in the organization and defense.
But what about the facts? First of all, organizationally, the Green tandem needs to be built on the clamping power of the splash, and in the case of the Green Army abandoning the bag clamp strategy, there is no room for Green's sexy carding.
Most of the time, he stood still, like a jammed tee machine. Green realized this and had to prove that he still had an organizational role through the continuous cover of exhaustion. The effect was that in three games, he made more mistakes than he scored, scored and fouled the same number, gave more opportunities to opponents than to teammates, and was completely helping the Green Army organize the attack.
Next we talk about defense, which should be Green's proudest ability. As a former DPOY, he was also selected for the best defensive second team in the regular season this season, without fear of confrontation, can prevent big changes, and has clear defensive ideas, which is his advantage.
Subject to issues such as age, injury and body shape, although the defensive IQ is still online, it is a pity that the hardware can no longer support the software.
In the case of G3, what impressed me the most was the young Lowe, who took the board above Green's head and played a second attack. The fierce power and Grimm's frightened eyes formed a strong contrasting color.
Although Green was once the son of a version of the defensive small lineup, if it is limited to the Celtics, Green's role is negative. The data shows that when he is off the court, the Warriors will lose 8.5 points per 100 rounds.
Offense, organization, defense are not good, so what is left of Green? Green was thinking about it too.
I ran hard just to catch up with myself, who had been pinned high hopes on. What did Green work so hard to run? Garbage talk, small actions, mentality, excitement of teammates, he has and only these ways to maintain his presence on the field.
Pull Tatum, press Tatum
Scissor foot tripping Gvi
Even if everyone thinks Green is worthless, his almost terrifying psychological qualities surprise Yuzu.
Tens of thousands of people in the Celtics chanted "Grimm garbage," and Green's wife broke down, complaining on social media that Bostonians were excessive. The result? Only in exchange for Green's sentence: What is that little sound? The cavaliers' trash talk at home was loud enough
The media mocked Green for not doing his job, doing 17 podcasts than scoring more points in the finals, and you, a virtue, simply retire as a full-time podcaster!
Green didn't care either, and said in the podcast: Buddy games must continue to play, podcasts must continue to do, no one can stop me.
I believe that some people miss the green that once was. Before Durant joined the Warriors, Green's data was even increasing year by year, especially in 16 years, with 15.4 points, 9.9 boards and 6.0 assists in the playoffs, 43.1% shooting rate + 36.5% three-point shooting rate.
That year's Finals grabbed seven, 11 of 15 shots, got 32 points, 15 rebounds and 9 assists, and now fans estimate that it is difficult to believe that this is actually the data that Green can play.
No wonder Green said on the podcast: "If it weren't for my G5 suspension, we would definitely win the championship, and I would be the FMVP!" It will be the top 75 players! James, he lied to me.
But will that Green come back? I don't think I'll ever come back.
In the last three seasons, Green has played three consecutive singles and shot less than 30% of his three-point shooting rate for three consecutive seasons. When a player is slipping both offensively and defensively, it doesn't mean that his role in the team is necessarily negative, unless, of course, his playing time doesn't follow the slip.
Green's conceit and pride, team status and voice, doom him to be marginalized in the rotation in the short term. Then Green, who occupies a lot of time, has a negative effect on the Warriors. The Warriors can't escape the fate that Green can't play much role in the Finals, and the trend of this series, the Warriors will either break or break, or someone will have to come out and be the savior.