Draymond Green only scored seven points vs. the New York Knicks on Tuesday night, and went 3-for-9 from the field.
But he was sensational in the Warriors' win, and don't let anybody tell you otherwise.
The three-time NBA champion dished out 12 assists, grabbed nine rebounds, and recorded three steals and two blocks.
He was plus-19 in nearly 37 minutes and dominated the game defensively.
To fully understand Draymond's impact, you truly need to watch the games intently.
There are very few players who can do this:
The Knicks shot below 24 percent in the fourth quarter because of these kinds of plays:
Draymond remains one of the top defenders in the league, and nobody is as versatile as the three-time NBA All-Star.
"When his mind is right -- when he's locked in -- he's a great basketball player," Steve Kerr told the media. "He still impacts winning as much as almost anybody in the league -- save a select few superstars.
"What he does out there night in and night out, everybody on our team recognizes that. He's a champion."