Draymond Green is a basketball psycho in the best possible way. That was on full display Sunday in the Warriors' 117-111 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
With the Warriors trailing 46-44 in the second quarter, the Hawks called a timeout following an Andrew Wiggins dunk. As Trae Young dribbled towards his bench, Green kept an eye on the star point guard. Young then tried throwing up a shot following the timeout, but Draymond wasn't having that.
Even when the shot doesn't count, Green won't let up. If only that translated to more wins.
The Warriors (23-27) have lost seven of their last eight games and 12 of the last 16, falling a season-low four games under .500. They enter Monday as the No. 10 seed in the Western Conference.
Green surely isn't to blame for Sunday's loss, though. He finished the day with 11 points, 11 assists, seven rebounds and four steals. He was plus-nine in plus-minus.
While Green flies around the floor, the Warriors have to find ways to win games. They've fallen so far they might not even qualify for the play-in tournament. Their next contest won't be an easy one to end this losing streak, too.
The Warriors face Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night at Chase Center.