CLEVELAND — The Golden State Warriors’ chance to make history slipped through their fingers Friday night. Rather than completing a perfect 16-0 postseason and winning a second NBA title in three years, the Warriors instead saw the Cleveland Cavaliers shoot the lights out in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, winning 137-116 to send the series back to Oakland for Game 5 on Monday night.
It would’ve been understandable if such circumstances would’ve left Warriors star Draymond Green in a foul mood afterward. But they didn’t.
“Nah, not at all,” Green said when asked if he was disappointed about failing to finish off the perfect postseason. “We want to win four games. We got a golden opportunity going home on Monday to close one out.
“I’ve won one on the road. I want to see how it feels to win one at home. Got to come out with some fire and try to get it done.”
Green’s remarks were part of a roughly nine-minute media session that allowed the all-star power forward to riff on everything that happened during Friday’s wild game – the unusual actions of the referees, Cleveland’s insanely hot shooting, his own interactions with the crowd.
The moment allowed Green to morph into his favorite
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