Draymond Green stuffs the stat sheet as Warriors fall

by Jon Mathisen | Warriors Correspondent | Thu, Jun 13th 11:50pm EDT

Draymond Green filled it up Thursday night recording his second triple-double of the finals as the Warriors lost the series to the Raptors. He scored 11 points to pair with a game-high 19 rebounds, and 13 assists. He also recorded three steals and two blocks. He had some head-scratching turnovers, especially down the stretch, logging a team-high eight on the night.

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Green was playing his usual role while Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry did most of the heavy lifting on offense. Thompson injured his knee late in the third quarter and never returned. As a result, Green was forced to step up on offense and pressed a little too hard at times, hence the high turnover mark. Even with the turnovers he played with a ton of heart and was solid on defense, per usual. The season ends on a sour note for Green and the Dubs after falling short of achieving their fourth title in five years.

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