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Draymond Green thinks he "failed" Steph Curry to perform in the first game

Draymond Green thinks he “failed” Steph Curry to perform in the first game

Draymond Green is putting some of the blame on himself yet Shoot down warriors game 1 From the NBA Finals to the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.

After a hot start to the game by Steve Curry, who set a new Finals record with six three-pointers in the first quarter, Golden State ended up collapsing during the fourth inning in front of a stunned Chase crowd.

Green told reporters after the 120-108 loss that Warriors will be “okay” going forward But he also admitted it He needed to pull his weight Speaking of the performances of Andre Iguodala and Otto Porter Jr. after injury.

Green said Friday morning On the last episode of his podcast He left Cary in Game 1.

“When I look back at the game, I failed with him because I didn’t play well,” Green said on “The Draymond Green Show.” “And when he comes out his guns glowing like that, and plays the way he plays, I have to make sure I do my part to make sure that ends up winning.”

Green finished Thursday’s game with four points and five assists, missed 10 shots and turned the ball three times before spoiling. Curry scored a game-high 34 points and shot 50 percent from behind the 3-point streak.

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“I know I have to play better,” Green continued. “But the way Steve Curry got to that start has been very promising. And I think we’ll start to see more of that. And other people and I can help and make sure that continues.”

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Green is known to rise to the challenge, and Dub Nation can only hope that he, Carrie and the rest of the warriors Come out with a vengeance In Game 2 on Sunday at Chase Center.

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