Warriors vs. Grizzlies: Jordan Poole's enhanced playmaking proves vital after Draymond Green's Game 1 ejection

When you score 27 points or more in four of the first six playoff games of your career, you're understandably going to draw some attention.

For Golden State Warriors guard Jordan Poole, that attention came not only from fans who perhaps hadn't previously been exposed to his offensive

Poole was held to just 19 total points in the final two games of the Warriors' first-round series against the Denver Nuggets

He scored 17 points in the second half, when he buoyed the offensive attack with Draymond Green in the locker room after controversially being ejected for a Flagrant 2 foul.

Poole was absolutely electric in terms of scoring, as he has been for the better part of the last two months

Amid Poole's breakout scoring performances this postseason, however, it might be easy to overlook another blossoming aspect

Golden State's development staff got their hands on him in 2019 -- and one that was particularly relevant in Game 1 against Memphis: His playmaking.

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