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Draymond Green could see more minutes at center next season

by Dan Titus | Warriors Correspondent | Tue, Mar 24th 8:27pm EDT

Warriors head coach Steve Kerr joined the "The TK Show" podcast with Tim Kawakami of The Athletic and said, "I think the league has changed pretty dramatically, and I can see him playing more minutes at the five. I don't think there would be any problem with that." (Drew Shiller on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

Kerr delivered an early glimpse of his ideal lineup for next season while also raving about the progression of their 2019 second round draft pick, Eric Paschall. Make no mistake, Green's underwhelmed this year but a move to center will offer some additional opportunities offensively with Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Wiggins, and Eric Paschall on the floor. Green's averaging 28.4 minutes per game on the season but expect that number to hover over 30 when the Warriors are back at full strength next season. With the NBA season in limbo, fantasy owners shouldn't expect much from Green even if play resumes.

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