Draymond Green’s numbers, ever since the addition of Kevin Durant, continue to decline. As Durant departed this past offseason, it was hopeful that Green’s numbers would return to the level they had been at.
That just didn’t happen.
The 6-foot-6 30-year-old forward is averaging 8.0 points per game. On top of that, Green is notching 6.2 assists and 6.2 rebounds per game. Also, for just the second time in his career and for the first time since his rookie season, Green is shooting under 40% from the field.
While the team did just recently give him a max-value contract extension and his impact on the game, not just the numbers, is still relatively high, Green’s tradability shouldn’t be too low given his accomplishments.
Green is a skilled player. He’s the emotional heart of the team, but any trade offer that’s proposed for the once three-time All-Star should, at the very least, be heard by management.