Draymond Green came to play in the NBA playoffs.

The Warriors forward opened the first quarter of the first-round series opener against the Clippers on Saturday night with 13 points on 5-on-5 shooting (2 of 2 from beyond the arc). He filled out the stat sheet with three assists, two rebounds, one steal and one block. 

Green's output in the first 12 minutes was a big reason the Warriors took a nine-point lead into the second quarter at Oracle Arena. It also was a better scoring performance than he had in 55 of his games in the regular season. 

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There's also this. When Green scored 13 or more points in the regular season, the Warriors went 10-1. If Golden State has its way, that'll be 11-1 by the end of Game 1 on Saturday.