Draymond Green's mom can't believe his NBA Finals struggles vs.  Celtics

Draymond Green’s mom can’t believe his NBA Finals struggles vs. Celtics

The Warriors pulled off a 107-97 win on Friday to even up the NBA Finals at two games apiece, but Draymond Green’s struggles continued.

Green followed up a two-point performance in a Game 3 loss with another two-point performance in Game 4. In 33 minutes, Green shot 1-of-7 from the field, though he did have eight assists and nine rebounds.

Green’s struggles even befuddled someone close to him who usually can sense if something is wrong.

After the game, Mary Barbers-Green – Green’s mother – took to Twitter to disclose she also has absolutely no idea what’s going on, wondering if a clone was taking the place of her son.

When someone replied that Green needed a “stern talking to,” Mary Barbers said she didn’t think so.

“That’s not it,” she replied. “He is [a] grown man. Something is going on. I have never watched [him] unable to bounce back ever!”

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Like many Warriors fans, Green’s mom knows she’s not watching the Green who made the All-Star team and helped the Warriors get to the finals.

As the series shifts back to Chase Center tied 2-2, the hope is that Mary Barbers-Green will be able to tweet about a positive showing from her son in Game 5.

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