Green finished with 11 points (4-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 14 rebounds, eight assists, two steals and one block across 45 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday. Green's final line was once again impressive, although he did miss a key free throw with 37.7 seconds remaining and the Warriors trailing, 94-92. The 28-year-old did manage to churn out a second consecutive double-double, and he's now notably upped his offensive usage over the last two games by taking a combined 17 shots during that span. He'll undoubtedly play a key role in the Warriors' efforts once again when they attempt to take a 3-2 series lead in Thursday's Game 5.
Green mustered 10 points (3-9 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 17 rebounds, six assists, one steal and one block across 37 minutes during Golden State's 126-85 win over the Rockets in Game 3 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Sunday. Green's shot was far from sharp, but he more than made up for it with a jaw-dropping effort on the boards. The energetic big man once again was deployed at center, which helped him to his best rebound total since Game 5 of the first-round series versus the Spurs. Despite his struggles from the field, Green also hit double digits in the scoring column for the first time since Game 5 of the semifinal-round series against the Jazz, making it a stellar all-around night. He'll look to replicate the feat when the Warriors try to take a 3-1 series lead in Tuesday's Game 4.
Green provided six points (2-5 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, six assists, two steals and two blocks across 37 minutes during Golden State's 127-105 loss to the Rockets in Game 2 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series. Green's offensive involvement was significantly limited for the second time in as many games against the Rockets, as he once again took a modest five shot attempts. The 28-year-old had put up no less than eight attempts in any of the games versus the Pelicans in the semifinal round, so the offensive downturn versus Houston has been notable. Green is still offering solid production elsewhere on the stat sheet, but his lack of scoring has prevented him from generating a strong return on his typically elevated DFS postseason salary. He'll look to bounce back with a more well-rounded effort in Sunday's Game 3.
Green had only five points (1-5 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-4 FT), nine rebounds, nine assists, two steals and two blocks in 36 minutes during Monday's 119-106 victory over Houston. Green failed to impact in the scoring department but did as he does, contributing in basically every other category. He does not need to score as much as he needs to provide the team with complimentary stats and he does this to perfection more often than not. This kind of production will go a long way to the Warriors stealing another game away from the Rockets on Wednesday, thus making it extremely hard for the series to go any longer than four or five games.
Green accounted for 19 points (9-18 FG, 1-5 3Pt), 14 rebounds, nine assists, three steals and two blocks across 41 minutes during Golden State's 113-104 win over the Pelicans in Game 5 of their Western Conference semifinal-round playoff series. Green closed out the semifinal round in trademark fashion, stuffing the stat sheet for the fifth time in as many games during the series. The six-year veteran hit the 50.0 percent mark from the field for the third time against the Pelicans as well, and his 18 shot attempts was a postseason-high figure. Green is now averaging a stellar 13.1 points, 11.5 rebounds, 9.0 assists, 1.9 steals and 1.3 blocks over 37.4 minutes in 10 postseason contests thus far, and his contributions figure to once again be pivotal to the Warriors' chances in the conference finals against the Rockets.
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