Draymond Green Drops An Honest Verdict About Knick Star Player, As He Is Unmatched And Impossible To Guard

On Monday night, Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green was charged with guarding New York Knicks player Jalen Brunson.

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That didn’t go so well, and Brunson scored 34 points against the Warriors on his way to a convincing road win.

On the most recent episode of “The Draymond Green Show,” Green discussed how difficult it is to minimize Brunson.

“Guarding him in pick and roll is tough, almost impossible,” Green told DJ on Twitter.

Green stated that Brunson is playing at a “All-NBA level” and can score for his team in a variety of ways.

He can get low into the post and score, shoot from the perimeter, and hit crucial floaters and mid-range shots.

Green described Brunson as “crafty” with his body and capable of getting past almost anyone in a pick-and-roll situation.

Even someone as experienced, talented, and accomplished as Green is terrified of Brunson in that situation and would rather protect him one-on-one.

Green mentioned that he and the Warriors had played Brunson in the playoffs a few years ago while he was still with the Dallas Mavericks.

Although Green was impressed with Brunson at the time, he believes he has improved significantly since joining the Knicks.

This season, Brunson averages 27.6 points, 3.7 rebounds, and 6.4 assists per game while shooting 47.8% from the floor.

Green stated that since moving to New York, he has improved his shooting skills and, more significantly, his leadership abilities.

Brunson has had a tremendous season in 2023-24, earning him his first All-Star selection and a lot of plaudits from around the league.

Everyone, including opponents like Green, sees how well Brunson is performing this season.

 

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