December 11, 2016, 6:49 pm
Draymond Green lit up the Minnesota Timberwolves from downtown, going 5-of-8 from beyond the arc, en route to his 18 points for the game. He also grabbed five rebounds, handed out four assists, got two steals and a block.
Both his higher than average scoring and the fact that he led the Dubs in 3-pointers made in this game were pleasant surprises. Green started the season with a significant dip in scoring, which was a likely adjustment to the arrival of Kevin Durant. It appears that the team is getting in sync and Green is getting more involved on the offensive end of the floor. At this rate, Draymond could finish as a Top 10 asset in fantasy.