Draymond Green is a very unique basketball player.
And the stats he is amassing this season highlight how the three-time NBA champion truly is one of a kind.
Draymond through 58 games is averaging 6.7 points (387 total), 8.7 assists (506 total) and 7.1 rebounds (410 total).
This means he is on pace to become the first player in NBA history to rack up more assists than points AND more rebounds than points for somebody who scored at least 200 points that season, per Sportradar.
Pretty wild stuff.
Draymond almost accomplished this back in 2018-19 when he registered 486 points, 481 rebounds and 454 assists.
"Draymond is amazing," Steve Kerr told the media Tuesday night after the Warriors' 108-103 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans. "Night after night he's playing at such a high level at both ends of the floor.
"Leading our team emotionally -- he's just been amazing."
Yours truly cannot wait to see what Draymond has in store next season when Klay Thompson returns and the Warriors presumably vault themselves back into championship contention again.