Draymond Green: Loss Will Help Warriors Fix Fourth Quarter Issues On Offense

The Golden State Warriors blew a 24-point lead at home and lost 128-119 to the Memphis Grizzlies in overtime.

Draymond Green was critical of the Warriors’ late game offense and became particularly animated when Kevin Durant shot a top of the arc three off the dribble in the final minute of regulation.

“We had Kevin with an iso at the top,” Steve Kerr explained. “He had Zach [Randolph] on him and I thought about taking a timeout, but I liked the matchup and so I let the play go through.”

“Our fourth-quarter offense has been atrocious, and I don’t know if you could see,” Green said. “Everyone only notices in losses, but I actually pay attention to things when we win also.”

Green said the Warriors’ sixth loss of the season will magnify issues they have been experiencing even in wins.

“I’m actually happy we lost today because there’s some things that we need to correct in order to win a championship, and that’s our goal,” he said. “So trying to win every regular-season game really don’t matter. I want to see us get better each and every time we step on the floor, and I don’t feel like that’s been happening for the things we need to get better at. So I’m kind of thrilled that we lost because you usually make corrections when you lose.”

source: realgm

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