If the Warriors ever need to find a replacement for Draymond Green, they can turn to two-way guard Damion Lee for help.
Lee and his wife, Sydel Curry-Lee, are parents to two dogs, Quavo and Nobu, and one reminds Lee of the Warriors All-Star forward.
"Nobu would be a Draymond," Lee told NBC Sports Bay Area's Grant Liffmann on the latest episode of Pro Pets. "Commands respect. Like, you're going to know he's there, but also would do anything for you. He always fights for him, like Draymond fights for all of us."
Quavo, on the other hand, is harder to characterize.
"I think he's in a category of his own," Lee said.
Liffmann suggested All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson, and Lee seemed to agree.
"He's chill, but sometimes he can be amped," Lee says of Quavo. "And sometimes, he's one of the best dogs."
Lee admits that Quavo, a 2-year-old Golden Doodle, and Nobu, a 3-year-old Siberian Husky, have more power in the household than he does.
"No. 1 is Sydel," Lee said. "No. 2 is probably Nobu. He tries to demand everything. But then [Quavo] tries to take over the bed at night. We have a king-sized bed, and it's basically his bed. I'm probably at the bottom. I'm cool with just cereal, standard food. These guys need the high-end, the mahi mahi, steaks and all that."
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Lee played in a career-high 32 games for the Warriors last season, and signed a new two-way contract in July. With the Warriors fielding a younger roster this season, Steph Curry's brother-in-law should get a chance at increased playing time.