字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 to me watching this game, Every possession by Portland down the stretch seems difficult. Everything is hard. Everything looks so much easier for the warriors. What? Why are they so special that way? Legs, I think when you look at Golden State and you look at the way that they beat you there, things that they do that are unique unto themselves. And I think it starts for me with the way that they pushed the ball on makes or misses and the relentless surge up the floor that they get out of Draymond green. Stop it right here. Now this ball goes through the net. Jamon Green is 90 feet from the other end. He's basically the last guy up the floor. There is no way after making a shot, you should give up something this easy on the other end. But here's what he recognizes as he starts to push it. He knows there's going to be no help from this guy on the strong side because you're so worried about Clay Thompson. He also understand the somewhere out here Steph Curry is coming. Why is that important? Because watch C J. McCollum. He knows that he's got a leak out here. Be ready to match up, and that's a big deal because he doesn't get a bump right here on Bell. And it's all set up by the shooting and Draymond Green making on aware decision that if he pushes it down here, he's gonna take these two guys with him, and there's going to be nobody here on the weak side for this drop off. This is unique onto Draymond Green. There is no other four man in the league that could push the ball up the floor after made baskets. That's the first thing, the second thing that's unique to this team. It's Steph Curry's motion. He comes up the right side and his brother does a pretty good job here. Now steps gonna head over to this side of the floor, look at the amount of running he does in his possession, catches it pretty Good job. Let's give it up. All right, Now what you gonna do? Step? Let's start over here. Let's circle back to this corner and just watch this guy move. It's a beautiful thing. Gets all the way down to the corner. Keep moving. Warriors. Jebel job. Here's what stuff is aware of right now. Damien Lewis peaking here at this dribble drive penetration. That's all Steph needs to know. As soon as he peeks, he's gonna run to the opposite side of the floor, where he's going to get a nice little screen here. And he's going to use great footwork to square up. Lillard flies by. One little sidestep knocks down the three. He crossed the court four times in one possession to get a shot of it. Finally, this is after a missed shot now and again. Dreamin was the last guy up the floor, and he understands if you're gonna backpedal in this manner and he knows he's got a head of steam, he's gonna be able to get to the rim. And why is this so important here? Take a look in here. This is Myers letter, and this is Kevin Ludie. That's who Meyers Leonard supposed to guard. But the fact that Draymond Green pushes it so quickly Meyers Leonard can't switch and get back to loony. Will you say, Well, why does that matter? Here's why with drain. Brown pushes it. You're left with C. J. McCollum trying to block out loony so his speed and push up the floor leads to this offensive rebound. Because Meyers Leonard I was never able to get back to the paint, identify his man and matchup because he's worried about the corner shooter. Because here comes Draymond Green pushing it right down their throat. So Draymond green speed up the floor and the relentlessness and Ann Curry's motion. Those are two things that no other team in this league has right now and in the case occurring. No team in NBA history has had one of those, but that's what makes him so special and once again, a great second half Golden State able to utilize those things to erase another deficit and win three straight, in which they had to come back. I want to ask you about step, but let me to situate Draymond Green. Has he ever played better basketball? That's the best Siri's. I think I've seen him play well. You terminate God. It's been a multiple All Star games of Steve Kerr said. The last game was maybe the best game he's ever seen him play. I'll take it a step further. I think that was the best game any players played in the playoffs this season. Game three, and he came back tonight and basically fitted again. There's something he has found a renewed confidence in his offense that is critical to this team. And at times when I watched them in the regular season, it was definitely missing. He wasn't a threat anymore to score and that men, his defender, could now be back in the lane. And it made it much more difficult for Durant, Curry and Thompson, where Draymond Green is pushing in at the rim like this and knocking down those threes that he's going to get 56 a game completely open when he just adds that element. Now you've got a guy that impacts the floor all over and put his imprint on every facet of the game. That's what he did for the last two games, and he's done it all throughout the postseason. You may be right. This may be the most consistently great offensive basketball that I've seen Draymond Green play. We know he's always going to defend and consistently that Steph Curry, 35 plus every single game in the sweet Yeah, I mean the motion. So you're back to pre K d days. The way he's playing, I think he relishes everything kind of focusing on his movement cause he loves to play that way. I detected somebody during the game. I said, Step has that look tonight of a guy to complete five games tonight. You know, sometimes you get such a rhythm as an athlete. You don't breathe hard ever. That's what Steph looked like tonight. It was effortless for him. And that's what you think about. You Think of Steph Curry at his best to empty three years. They're back to basing everything they do off of his motion and the problems it causes defensively because of communication issues and how far you have to extend now, obviously going to add K. D. We think at some point you make that adjustment. You go back to the X X number of possessions with Katie just uses his greatness to get shots off. What man has been fun to watch Steph rewind the clock a little bit here? Of course. In the last six games, no Durant, no Iguodala, no boogie. No problem.