San Francisco is no longer the same. There’s a risk that things won’t be the same again after the Sacramento Kings defeated the Golden State Warriors in the first round of the playoffs with a 2-0 lead. Draymond Green’s chest-stomping of Domantas Saboni in a game that was the most important for them in the 2022–23 season is one of the reasons for that.
The Warriors forward is now unavailable for Game 3.
BREAKING: Draymond Green has been suspended for one game pic.twitter.com/WOZFtck9rI
— NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) April 19, 2023
At least they were willing to admit that the punishment was based more on his reputation than on this specific offense.
The reigning champions’ upcoming game at Chase Center is somewhat of a must-win contest. They will find it challenging to stand up again and recover from something they have never experienced.
And according to experts, this might indicate that Green just has a few more games left as a Warrior.
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Draymond Green-Suspension from Game 3 Has Nick Wright Thinking This Series Is It for Him as A Warrior
There are very slim to no possibilities of the Warriors winning the series if they lose Game 3 at home and fall behind 3-0. To accomplish so, they would need to win four straight games, including two at Golden 1 Center.
Knowing their track record on the road, that doesn’t seem likely. However, FS1 commentator Nick Wright had had them done for the season and Green as a Warrior for good before they even dropped Game 3.
It is unquestionably true and actually highly possible that Draymond just has a few games remaining in his time with the Warriors, In response to Green’s ban, Nick Wright tweeted.
Can the Warriors Cope with This Situation?
In each of the Warriors’ championship drives over the years, a role player or young player has always made an appearance in a crucial game. Additionally, Anthony Slater has outlined that for us.
Steve Kerr could go a ton of directions to replace Draymond Green in starting lineup
*Jordan Poole (juice the offense)
*Gary Payton II (juice the defense)
*Jonathan Kuminga (activate him with bigger role)
*Donte DiVincenzo (regular spot starter)
*Moses Moody (big role last night)
— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) April 19, 2023
Who might that be? If you are a fan of the Kings, try not to become overly ecstatic about your club already winning its first playoff series in decades. We shall find out soon enough. A team led by Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry is capable of overcoming any obstacle.