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Draymond Green · #23

Height 6-7 Positions PF/PF (45)
Weight 230 lbs Drafted 2012: 2nd Rnd, 34th by GS
Experience 5 Loyalty A
Birth Date 03/04/90 Salary 2017/18: $ 16,400,000
Injury Status Healthy Years Signed 3

Preseason

TEAM G GS MPG FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT% RPG APG SPG BPG TPG FPG PPG +/-
OKC 10 10 32.3 4.4 8.6 0.51 0.9 3.8 0.24 1.1 1.7 0.65 7.7 1.8 1.6 0.3 0.9 2.2 10.8 11.8

TEAM G PRF PIP SCP FBP PTO DNK
OKC 8 14.6 6.8 1.5 3.0 2.3 6

2k17 Skills

SKILLS
standing_layup 96
driving_layup 79
post_fadeaway 64
post_hook 68
post_control 70
draw_foul 60
shot_close 50
contested_mid_range 44
open_mid_range 68
off_dribble_mid_range 60
contested_three 57
open_three 73
off_dribble_three 51
free_throw 71
ball_control 77
passing_vision 73
SKILLS
passing_iq 92
passing_accuracy 81
boxout 85
offensive_rebound 47
defensive_rebound 78
lateral_quickness 84
pass_perception 92
block 80
shot_contest 98
steal 85
defensive_consistency 98
on_ball_d_iq 93
pick_and_roll_iq 97
help_d_iq 97
low_post_defense_iq 97
standing_dunk 55
SKILLS
driving_dunk 74
contact_dunk 55
speed 78
speed_with_ball 78
acceleration 76
vertical 66
strength 90
stamina 93
hustle 98
shot_iq 95
hands 98
reaction_time 96
offensive_consistency 65
intagibles 95
potential 89
head_durability 89
SKILLS
neck_durability 90
back_durability 88
left_shoulder_durability 85
right_shoulder_durability 86
left_elbow_durability 86
right_elbow_durability 84
left_hip_durability 85
right_hip_durability 84
left_knee_durability 80
right_knee_durability 80
left_ankle_durability 86
right_ankle_durability 88
left_foot_durability 89
right_foot_durability 90
misc_durability 88

* calculated ability

2k17 Tendencies

TENDENCIES
shot 50
standing_layup 60
driving_layup 35
standing_dunk 60
driving_dunk 70
flashy_dunk 20
alley_oop 20
putback 45
crash 5
spin_layup 0
hop_step_layup 0
euro_step_layup 0
floater 40
step_through_shot 0
shot_under_basket 23
shot_close 60
shot_close_left 2
shot_close_middle 7
shot_close_right 2
shot_mid_range 5
shot_mid_range_left 4
TENDENCIES
shot_mid_range_left_center 4
shot_mid_range_center 5
shot_mid_range_right_center 7
shot_mid_range_right 3
shot_three 35
shot_three_left 1
shot_three_left_center 4
shot_three_center 7
shot_three_right_center 2
shot_three_right 1
contested_jumper 10
stepback_jumper 0
spin_jumper 0
pull_up_in_transition 8
use_glass 0
drive 75
drive_right 90
triple_threat_pump_fake 0
triple_threat_jab_step 0
triple_threat_idle 50
triple_threat_shoot 0
TENDENCIES
setup_with_sizeup 0
setup_with_hesitation 25
no_setup_dribble 0
driving_crossover 15
driving_spin 0
driving_stepback 0
driving_half_spin 0
driving_double_crossover 0
driving_behind_the_back 0
driving_dribble_hesitation 15
driving_in_and_out 0
no_driving_dribble_move 65
attack_strong_on_drive 60
dish_to_open_man 80
touches 55
post_up 25
roll_vs_pop 25
post_shimmy_shot 0
post_face_up 35
post_back_down 10
post_aggressive_backdown 0
TENDENCIES
shoot_from_post 90
post_hook_left 8
post_hook_right 8
post_fade_left 6
post_fade_right 11
post_up_and_under 20
post_hop_shot 0
post_step_back_shot 0
post_drive 35
post_spin 15
post_drop_step 0
post_hop_step 10
flashy_pass 10
alley_oop_pass 75
pass_interception 79
take_charge 76
on_ball_steal 85
contest_shot 80
block_shot 51
foul 59
hard_foul 68

* calculated ability

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TRANSACTIONS
2015/11/01 Draymond Green signs with the Oklahoma City Thunder for $ 14260870 and 5 years.
2015/07/12 The Oklahoma City Thunder extend the qualifying offer to Draymond Green.
2015/03/09 The Dallas Mavericks send Tim Duncan, Samuel Dalembert and Robbie Hummel to the Miami Heat. The Dallas Mavericks send Draymond Green to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Miami Heat send Zach Randolph and Ray McCallum to the Dallas Mavericks. The Miami Heat send CJ Miles, Kosta Koufos and Kemba Walker to the Phoenix Suns. The Oklahoma City Thunder send Sergey Karasev to the Dallas Mavericks. The Phoenix Suns send Cleanthony Early to the Dallas Mavericks. The Phoenix Suns send Rajon Rondo to the Miami Heat.
The Dallas Mavericks send a 2nd-Rounder (Dal) and 2nd-Rounder (Pho) to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Oklahoma City Thunder send a 1st-Rounder (OKC) and 1st-Rounder (Dal) to the Dallas Mavericks.

The Dallas Mavericks receive 3 GM points. The Miami Heat receive 5 GM points. The Oklahoma City Thunder trade -3 GM points.The Phoenix Suns trade -5 GM points.
2014/02/21 The Dallas Mavericks send Ian Mahinmi, Will Bynum and Tornike Shengelia to the Golden State Warriors. The Golden State Warriors send Jan Vesely, Norris Cole and Draymond Green to the Dallas Mavericks.
The Dallas Mavericks send a 2nd-Rounder (Atl), 2nd-Rounder (Dal) and 2nd-Rounder (Min) to the Golden State Warriors. The Golden State Warriors send a 2nd-Rounder (Tor) to the Dallas Mavericks.

The Dallas Mavericks receive 10 GM points. The Golden State Warriors trade -10 GM points.
2014/01/26 The Atlanta Hawks send Draymond Green to the Golden State Warriors. The Atlanta Hawks send Derek Fisher, Nazr Mohammed and Derrick Rose to the Utah Jazz. The Golden State Warriors send Luol Deng to the Atlanta Hawks. The Golden State Warriors send Ray McCallum to the Utah Jazz. The Utah Jazz send Michael Beasley, Patrick Beverley and Kent Bazemore to the Atlanta Hawks. The Utah Jazz send Nene Hilario and Alonzo Gee to the Golden State Warriors.
The Utah Jazz send a 2nd-Rounder (Den) and 2nd-Rounder (Por) to the Atlanta Hawks.

The Atlanta Hawks trade -6 GM points.The Golden State Warriors receive 13 GM points. The Utah Jazz trade -7 GM points.
2013/06/28 The Atlanta Hawks send Danny Granger to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Minnesota Timberwolves send Jeff Green and Draymond Green to the Atlanta Hawks.
The Atlanta Hawks send a 1st-Rounder (NY) to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The Atlanta Hawks trade -5 GM points.The Minnesota Timberwolves receive 5 GM points.
2013/03/03 The Golden State Warriors send Bradley Beal to the Miami Heat. The Golden State Warriors send Jeff Green, Derrick Williams and Draymond Green to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Miami Heat send Andre Iguodala and Greivis Vasquez to the Golden State Warriors. The Miami Heat send Jason Thompson to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The Minnesota Timberwolves send Drew Gooden and Jarvis Varnado to the Golden State Warriors. The Minnesota Timberwolves send Brook Lopez and Kevin Jones to the Miami Heat.
The Minnesota Timberwolves send a 1st-Rounder (LAL) and 2nd-Rounder (Min) to the Golden State Warriors.

2012/10/31 Draymond Green signs with the Golden State Warriors for $ 850000 and 3 years.

BIOGRAPHY
Scouting report

+ High-IQ, versatile combo forward

+ Improving perimeter shooter

+ Elite individual and team defender; very good defensive rebounder

Analysis

If Curry was the most important player in the Warriors' championship campaign, Green was arguably runner-up. His defensive versatility made him the linchpin for the league's best defense, as Green legitimately defended all five positions well. Although he is not an explosive athlete, Green moves extremely well laterally, adeptly using his length to give himself enough of a cushion against quicker opponents. While he's only 6-foot-6 on a good day, that lack of height actually benefits him defensively because it gives him a lower center of gravity, allowing him to uproot opponents in the initial fight for position prior to the catch. Finally, his defensive rebounding remained solidly efficient. He corralled over 22 percent of opponent misses, and enjoyed the added freedom afforded him by coach Steve Kerr to bust out after the board and initiate the fast-break offense. That gave Golden State another playmaking threat and further reduced stress and the workload on Curry.

This is part of Green's bigger offensive role, which included him playmaking from the pinch post and shallow rolling after screen sets and putting the ball on the floor. Amazingly, this boost in involvement not only improved his overall offensive efficiency, but reduced the number of turnovers committed per possession, as he posted a career-low turnover percentage (13.5 percent).

For his efforts, Green was rewarded with a five-year, $82 million deal, making him the highest-paid player from his draft class (as a result of the expiring of his three-year deal as a second-rounder vs. the four-year deals his first-round counterparts received). While Kerr was somewhat reluctant to turn to small-ball lineups with Green at the 5 (despite devastating defensive efficiency and excellent offensive production), the expectation is he'll turn to that option more often this season.

 

 

 

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