Juan Toscano-Anderson earned the respect of his Warriors teammates a long time ago. He continues doing so game in and game out, as he proved once again with next-level hustle Saturday in the Warriors' 119-114 loss to the Boston Celtics.
Draymond Green and Kent Bazemore both went to Instagram after the game to praise their teammate.
Toscano-Anderson left Saturday's loss in the fourth quarter after saving a ball and crashing over the scorer's table. He fell hard on the ground and was diagnosed with a concussion.
The play by Toscano-Anderson led to a Steph Curry 3-pointer.
"That's a competitor," Warriors coach Steve Kerr said after the game. "Juan is a guy, you want that guy on your team."
The Oakland native let Dub Nation know he'll be OK, too.
Toscano-Anderson finished the game with four points, six rebounds and four assists before exiting the game. He was plus-14, leading the Warriors in plus-minus.