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Draymond Green Responds To His Mom's Tweet After Game 4: "But, Figure It Out How You Gotta Figure It Out. It’s Not The Toughest Thing I’ve Had To Deal With In My Life Thus Far.”

Draymond Green Responds To His Mom's Tweet After Game 4: "But, Figure It Out How You Gotta Figure It Out. It’s Not The Toughest Thing I’ve Had To Deal With In My Life Thus Far.”

The 2022 NBA Finals have been anything but easy for Draymond Green. Besides the controversies with the Boston Celtics players and fans, Green has struggled to make an impact on the game and help his team have a better record against the C's in four games of the series. 

Poor performances, ejections, getting benched late in games and more things have helped haters get material to blast Draymond, but the player isn't buying any of that. However, you know things are bad with him when even his mother is calling him out for not playing like he normally does. 

During Game 4 of the Finals, Mary Babers-Green sent a message to fans, saying she didn't know what was happening with Draymond and his game. She even said he might be cloned because his performance was terrible. 

Please ppl stop asking me what’s wrong with Dray… I DONT KNOW! Maybe this is a CLONE! Lmbo WHERE IS THE Draymond that helped get us here!! Hmmmm I have never seen this either!

After many fans reacted to those words, Draymond had something to say about it, admitting he hasn't been the best version of himself against the Celtics and must level up if the Dubs aspire to win it all. 

“I saw my mom tweeted that it’s been a tough series for me,” he said lightheartedly. “Absolutely, it definitely has. But, figure it out how you gotta figure it out. It’s not the toughest thing I’ve had to deal with in my life thus far.”

Game 5 will be crucial for both teams, as the one who wins it will have a big chance to take the series. Draymond needs to find a way to be impactful again or he'll be benched much earlier in the game. The former Defensive Player of the Year knows he has to rise to the occasion or the job will be even harder for the rest of the team.