Draymond Green: Anthony Davis Doesn’t Have a ‘Go-to-Move’

Warriors power forward Draymond Green has enjoyed a breakout season with the Warriors this season, giving him a chance to win the defensive player of the year award. Green will face on of his toughest assignments in the Warriors first round series versus the New Orleans Pelicans. Anthony Davis, who is the Pelicans power forward, is turning into the games best player. Draymond Green provided some insight on things he knows about Davis and what are some of his weakness in an interview earlier today, as he started out with Davis’ tendencies and habits.

“In watching him is what you tend to figure out is he doesn’t have a go-to move,” Green said. “A lot of people would say that’s bad. I’ll say it’s probably better, because he can do so much you can’t necessarily prepare to stop one move.

“You’ve got to guard him straight up and try to make him take tough shots. But you’re not just going to sit on his right shoulder and (make him) look like he doesn’t know how to play basketball. There are some people in this league you can do that to. He’s not one of them.”

“It’s going to be a challenge, a tough challenge. But I’m looking forward to it.”

As for Draymond Green on the offense side, he has also improved there, as he finished the regular season averaging 11.7 points, 3.7 assists, and 8.2 rebounds per game this season in 79 games for the Warriors, all of which he started.

Like The Game Day Report on Facebook

[twitter-follow screen_name='TheGD_Report' show_count='yes']