Not many 4-year-olds can say they got to practice with Steph Curry.
But Draymond Green’s oldest child, Draymond Jr., got straight to business when he stepped on the court with the Warriors star.
DJ was rebounding and passing the ball to Curry at practice last week.
Green reflected on the special moment between his mini-me and the 2021-22 NBA MVP frontrunner.
“One day DJ will grow up and realize ‘Damn I was rebounding and passing the best shooter ever’, not often do you meet the best at anything! Wow,” Green wrote on an Instagram story.
Green and Curry have been playing side-by-side for nearly a decade, but move over dad, Curry and DJ might just be the next big duo in the Bay.
While Curry and DJ had a great connection earlier in the week, Steph and Draymond struggled in the Warriors' 112-107 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night.
Curry missed his first nine shots before sinking a 3-pointer just before halftime. He finished with 27 points but shot 7-of-28 from the field and 5-of-17 from 3-point range. Draymond had nine points, nine assists and eight rebounds in 33 minutes. He was a minus-14.
With five more 3-pointers Saturday, Curry now has made 2,951 3-pointers in his career and needs 23 3-pointers to pass Hall of Famer Ray Allen as the NBA’s all-time leader in 3-pointers made.