Draymond Green wildly jumped up and down to direct Warriors offense
For The Win 2hrs ago

The Golden State Warriors suddenly look a lot better than fans and experts were making them out to be early on in the season.

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Obviously, it helps when Steph Curry is scoring 62 points and is dunking on critics.

But the return of Draymond Green has also helped, and that doesn’t always show up in the box score, as usually is the case with the veteran point forward.

In the Curry game on Sunday, he led the team in assists with eight. And though he’s made just one field goal in three games (ugh), it feels like he’s ratcheted up the intensity.

An example: check out how he wildly jumped around to direct the offense in Monday’s blowout win over the Sacramento Kings:

So many jokes:

But he’s also making the right, smart pass, like here:

You’ve also got to imagine rookie James Wiseman will get a dose of confidence when he sees Green saying stuff like this:

Yup. That’s the Draymond Green the Warriors needed so badly early on, and they’re seeing the results with him back in the lineup.

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