Draymond Green was all over the place in Game 4.
The Warriors forward finished with 10 points, nine rebounds, five assists and two blocks in Golden State's 113-105 win over the LA Clippers on Sunday. He also came away with a brace on his right hand, though he told NBC Sports Bay Area's Logan Murdock that he's fine.
Draymond Green has a wrap on his right hand. He says “I’m good. I’m solid.” pic.twitter.com/hlwMyksypj— Logan Murdock (@loganmmurdock) April 21, 2019
No word on what the injury is, but Green has two days to receive treatment before the Warriors and Clippers meet Wednesday night in Game 5. Golden State would claim the best-of-seven NBA playoff series with a win in Oakland.
"You gotta know that they are going to come out and play hard, " Green told NBC Sports Bay Area's Kerith Burke after the game. "This is a team, their backs have been against the wall all year, and they put their head down and continued to work. So, we got to come out and withstand that first punch, and if we withstand that, we'll put ourselves in a good position."