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Draymond Green comments on who leads the Warriors

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The Golden State Warriors had a huge game Sunday night, winning 107-88 and tying the series 1-1.

It was a much-needed victory for the former champions and a sign that these finals are likely to be long – and enjoyable.

A big part of the Warriors victory was Stephen Curry, who scored 29 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists.

The importance of curry comes as no surprise to most people, especially Golden State’s Draymond Green.

After the game, Green spoke about Curry’s impact on the game.

“It all starts with Steph,” Green said.

“When KD was here, our offense started with Steph anyway.”

It’s not shocking to hear that the team considers Curry the most important part of the team.

What’s a little surprising is that Curry is playing like he did years ago.

This guy is not getting older, at least as far as the playoffs are concerned.

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Curry is an Endgame machine – there’s something about playing in the biggest series of the year that takes him to a whole new level.

His career averages are 24.3 points, 4.6 rebounds and 6.5 assists.

Still, his playoff averages are 26.5 points, 5.3 rebounds and 6.2 assists.

It led to three rings for the sniper and a legacy as someone who really knows the playoffs.

The Warriors have more players than Curry, but there’s no doubt that when he does better, the team really benefits and sometimes becomes unstoppable.

It remains to be seen how he will play for the rest of these finals but if he still has a few matches like match 2 on Sunday evening, there is a good chance that he will add yet another ring to his wardrobe.

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