Draymond Green says Warriors 'going to win a championship' after Stephen Curry drops 47 points in his return
SAN FRANCISCO -- The best gift that Stephen Curry received on his 34th birthday wasn't a diamond-studded piece of jewelry, state-of-the-art electronic equipment,
"To play with those guys again, it's extremely special," said Green, who was active for the first time since Jan.
5 due to back and calf injuries. "When it's not all three of us out there, there's still a void there. It's still empty. At least that's what I know I felt for the last two and a half years."
Green wasted no time making his impact felt. He was on the court for just 11 seconds before he fed Curry for a wing 3-pointer off of their famed split-action
Both players smiled and nodded their heads as they jogged back on defense. It wasn't the first time Green and Curry had connected for a triple.
"The chessboard changes with Draymond out there with Steph. Everything looks and feels a little bit different, and it's tougher to navigate defensively for our opponent,
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