Draymond Green hasn’t necessarily been bad the last few seasons. His impact on the court shines brighter than his resume, but there’s no denying that he’ll be a member of the Golden State Warriors next season.
Green signed a massive extension last offseason, locking in the fact that the only way he’s taken off the team is if he’s traded. He could be dealt, sure, but it’s extremely unlikely as many teams won’t see the value in his play that Golden State does.
This season, Green was averaging 8.0 points, 6.2 assists, and 6.2 rebounds per game. Down from last season, some were hopeful that the exodus of Durant would help Green and get him more involved in the offense.
While he was shooting more often, the 2019-2020 season was just the second of his career in which he failed to make at least 40% of his attempts.
Draymond Green won’t be on the trading block and is a lock to return, but it sure would be nice to see him return to the productive play that he maintained for a few seasons before Durant joined the team.