Warriors fans gave Draymond Green a warm welcome at Chase Center on Monday.
The Warriors forward made his long-awaited return to the court for Golden State's game against the Washington Wizards, a date that Draymond has been targeting, which was made official on Sunday night.
Immediately after stepping out onto the court, Green dished out a pass to Steph Curry, who drained a 3-pointer. A welcomed and familiar sight.
Then, Draymond took matters into his own hands and drilled a triple of his own.
Draymond made his presence felt immediately, reviving his role as the Warriors' facilitator on offense.
Fast forward to the second quarter, all three of Draymond, Steph and Klay Thompson reunited on the court for the first time since 2019, a total of 1,005 days -- not counting Draymond's ceremonial appearance in Thompson's debut.
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Winners of three straight, Draymond's return comes at the perfect time.
A healthy Warriors squad is certain to strike fear into the hearts of Western Conference foes to close out the season.