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Al Horford's Sister Throws Shade At Draymond Green For Dismal Game 3 Performance After Fans Trolled Horford For His Game 2 Stats: "Warriors Fans Were Really Loud About Al’s Points Last Game. You Gonna Say Anything About Draymond’s?"

Al Horford's Sister Throws Shade At Draymond Green For Dismal Game 3 Performance After Fans Trolled Horford For His Game 2 Stats

Draymond Green is being attacked from all sides after his Game 3 performance saw him foul out with 2 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists worth of contribution. Green struggled to score in Game 2 as well, but he had contributed from other aspects of the game in bursts. Today, Green was completely off the mark, and his sixth foul came as a blessing in disguise.

Green's value to the Warriors is often debated, with people either believing that Green is invaluable to their success and Steph's success, and others believe he has been able to get away with being average because he was on the Warriors. While Green in his prime, was definitely a player to be reckoned with, the present doesn't look good.

Al Horford is still going strong in the league at 36 years old but came under heavy criticism for his 2-point performance in Game 2. After Draymond repeated that feat, Horford's sister Anna decided to instigate the Warrior fans that trolled Al for his performance. 

It is unfair for Anna to pile on Draymond right now to prove a vendetta against the fans. Draymond wasn't the one to troll Al and is now getting caught in the middle of this feud.

However, he does need to take accountability for what transpired in Game 3. After making statements about how important winning this championship would be to him, Green has followed up with a performance directly responsible for the Celtics scoring 116 points and taking a 2-1 lead in the series.

Horford had a good bounce-back game, even though there were a few defensive flaws in his performance, notably his inability to cover off picks. However, the Celtics hedged their bets on that strategy and have come out victorious. They will look to continue this rhythm into Game 4 and take a 3-1 lead before going back to Oracle.