When the Boston Celtics beat 90:86 by more than seven minutes in the fourth game of the NBA Finals, Warriors coach Steve Kerr sent Kevin Looney (11 rebounds and 6 points) and Andrew Wiggins (17 points and 16 rebounds) for Draymond Green and Nemanja Bjelic.
After Marcus Smart took the free throw in this timeout and moved the lead to five, the Warriors scored Boston 11-3 and took a 97-94 lead with Green.
However, Green performed some of the evening's best performances when he received an offensive rebound from Klay Thompson, who missed three, and after riding and pointing Looney to bed, moved the Warriors to 102-97 in one minute. on the left.
Green shot 6/26, including 0/9 from a three-point range, and scored a total of 17 points in the final with 18 offenses.
He averaged 7.2 rebounds and 5.7 assists. However, it is a spectacular sight to see him sit later in the match, which you have to win in the final.
Told Green didn't seem to sit excitedly, Kerr said he didn't see his player's reaction, but added he wasn't happy to take over.
"We took him and hired Loon at about 7:40, it was our plan anyway," Kerr explained. "But Loon played very well and Jordan Poole played very well, so we just stayed in the band."
"He's the last contestant," Kerr said. "Back. He played great matches. He finished a match with 4 wins, 8 assists and 9 boards."