Green totaled seven points (2-4 FG, 1-1 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, four assists and two steals over 23 minutes in Thursday's 123-113 win over the Clippers.
Green committed a game-high six turnovers and was minimally involved on the offensive end, as Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson did the majority of the heavy lifting. The fifth-year pro has posted six straight single-digit scoring efforts and is averaging a season-low 8.4 points in February. While he's still providing solid returns in rebounds (6.9) and assists (6.0), those numbers also represent his poorest monthly figures in those categories. However, Green has made up for some of the shortfall with an excellent defensive month, as he's averaging a season-best 1.9 blocks and 2.9 steals in February, with the latter figure significantly buoyed by his jaw-dropping 10-steal effort against the Grizzlies on Feb. 10.
Green scored two points (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) with two rebounds, three assists and one steal over 15 minutes in Wednesday's 109-86 win over the Kings.
Green's reduced playing time was due to being ejected from the game late in the second quarter. He didn't agree with being assessed a foul against the Kings' DeMarcus Cousins and his reaction prompted referee Ron Garrettson to slap him with two technical fouls. To that point in the game, Green and the rest of his teammates were exhibiting a lackluster effort in front of the home crowd. His ejection seemed to be a boost for the Warriors, who outscored the Kings, 42-15, in the decisive third quarter. He now has 10 technical fouls for the season, six shy of the the number that will trigger a one-game NBA suspension.
Green posted 5 points (1-5 FG, 0-2 3pt, 3-4 FT), six assists, two rebounds, three steals and two blocks over 24 minutes in Monday's 132-110 loss to the Nuggets.
It's going to be an uphill battle when you face a Denver team that decided to tie the NBA record for three-pointers and throw up 24 bombs from beyond -- even the Warriors couldn't handle the rainstorm. Green's horrible night isn't entirely his fault, as Coach Steve Kerr benched him and most of the other starters in the fourth quarter, passing their usual minutes to the second unit. Green and the Warriors will look to right the ship Wednesday against the Kings.
Green recorded 4 points (2-6 FG, 0-3 3Pt), 12 rebounds, 10 assists, 10 steals and five blocks across 38 minutes in Friday's 122-107 victory over the Grizzlies.
The five-tool star was stuffing the stat sheet Friday night en route to a very improbable triple-double. Green's main contributions came on the defensive side of the ball, as the 10 steals marked a new season best while the five blocks tied his season-high. The multifarious Green continues to prove why he is such an integral part of the Warriors' success, and he'll be ready on all cylinders for Saturday's game when Kevin Durant returns to Oklahoma City.
Green scored 16 points (6-15 FG, 3-8 3Pt, 1-4 FT) along with eight rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocked shots over 43 minutes in Saturday's 109-106 overtime loss to Sacramento.
Green, who returned to the lineup after missing the Warriors' previous game with a shoulder injury, had a couple of injury scares Saturday. He left the game late in the second quarter with what x-rays later determined to be a right knee contusion. Green returned for the second half and was again hobbled during the overtime period after landing awkwardly, but stayed in the game. He mentioned following the game that he may "feel it" Sunday, but he and the Warriors get a bit of break and aren't playing until Wednesday at home against the Bulls.
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