Draymond Green and JaMychal Green: “He a dog”

JaMychal Green started for the Warriors for the second time this year as he was put in the starting lineup by Steve Kerr in absence of Kevon Looney in Game 2 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Lakers.

The 32-year-old forward played an important role in his team’s win as he scored 15 points in just 13 minutes of play.

Draymond Green praised the player who shares the same last name as him during the postgame press conference.

“I’ve known JaMychal since I was 16, 17 years old. I’ve been competing against him. He a dog. Always have been a dog,” Draymond said about his teammate.

“And you get thrusted into a situation that you’ve never been in before in your life in your career where you’re not playing that much, may play a couple games and not play a few games and that takes some adjusting.

“I think throughout the course of this year he’s been adjusting to that and it’s coming together at the right time. Every time his number is called he was ready. He was ready to go, what was I suspended Game 3? And he stepped up huge.

“He was ready to go every time his number was called last series. And he was ready to go in Game 1 when his number was called and tonight. Stepped up like a true professional and a dog we knew we needed.

“With Loon [Kevon Looney] not being in the lineup we knew we needed some dog out there and he stepped up for us in a big way.”

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