The Boston Celtics aren't worried about Draymond Green. That's what Al Horford believes, anyway.
Green got mixed up with Boston players a couple of times in the Warriors' blowout win in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday night, most notably his encounter with Jaylen Brown late in the second quarter in which the Celtics guard thinks Green attempted to pull down his pants.
When speaking with reporters, Horford was asked how Green's dust-ups with Celtics players impacted their composure throughout Game 2.
"Nah, no impact," he said.
Green, who struggled in Game 1 and nailed just two of 12 field-goal attempts, was effective Sunday and finished with nine points, seven assists, five rebounds, one steal and one block in a team-high 35 minutes. He finished with a plus/minus rating of plus-7 while Horford tallied just two points.
"I mean, he's going to do what he does," Horford continued. "We're not worried about him. We're going to do what we do, focus on us. We just didn't get it done tonight. We'll be better at home Game 3."