Isiah Thomas drops Draymond Green truth bomb on Celtics

Draymond Green may have struggled offensively again in Game 4 against the Boston Celtics, but for NBA legend Isiah Thomas, the Golden State Warriors’ vet played his role perfectly to help Stephen Curry.

Speaking of SiriusXM NBA Radio, Thomas shared his take on how impactful Green was on Friday night. Aside from his nine rebounds and eight dimes, Dray’s willingness to do the Warriors’ dirty work stood out for the NBA great.

According to Thomas, Green bugged the Celtics to death and put himself at the center of their mockery and obscene gestures, which drew a lot of attention away from Curry. In return, Steph was able to play his game and explode for 43 points to help the Warriors win 107-97.

“Draymond was masterful here the other day,” explained Thomas. “As well as [Bill] Lambeer did it for us, sometimes he would put on the black hat and the crowd would be like, ‘Oh Lambeer, you suck. Lambeer, you suck and I, Joe [Dumars] and Vinni [Johnson] just roaming free out there, putting down shots and everyone was ‘Boo Lambeer’. So the Garden audience has so much focus and attention on Draymond that Steph Curry just floated around and killed it.

It’s definitely an interesting observation from Isiah Thomas, and he made a big point. The Celtics have certainly focused too much on Draymond Green that they have forgotten he has other All-Star teammates to distract them and take them out of their games.

Celtics fans likely learned their lesson after the Game 4 collapse, and when the Warriors return in Game 6 they better be ready.

However, it is expected that Green will do his best to regain all the attention and will do anything and everything to help his warriors win.

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