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Draymond Green's Mother Trolls Him After Poor Display In Game 4: "Please, People, Stop Asking Me What’s Wrong With Dray… I Don't Know! Maybe This Is A Clone!"

Draymond Green's Mother Trolls Him After Poor Display In Game 4: "Please, People, Stop Asking Me What’s Wrong With Dray… I Don't Know! Maybe This Is A Clone!"

Draymond Green was never an offensive force by any means, but the Golden State Warriors big man was more involved in his team's offense before making sure everything works fine for the Dubs. He is not a great scorer, but always delivers as a playmaker. 

During the 2022 NBA Finals, however, Draymond has been a shell of himself. The former Defensive Player of the Year is trying to find his touch on both ends of the court, but things haven't clicked for them so far. In the duality of the Warriors, Stephen Curry had a terrific night with 43 points, while Draymond couldn't do anything good and was benched in the 4th quarter. 

He revealed he felt frustrated with that situation, but was still able to come back and make some good plays. Yet, not everybody was happy with his performance against the Celtics. Many fans tried to find an answer to what was going on with the veteran, but nobody knew what happened, not even his mom. 

Green’s mom, Mary Babers-Green, was watching the game on Friday night while commenting on social media. It seems like a lot of people wanted her to explain what happened to Draymond, but she couldn't answer that question. She even said that Green could have been cloned, and that's why he was playing so bad. 

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!

Other fans offered solutions to Mary, but she refused to accept those suggestions, claiming that Green was going through something else. 

In the end, Stephen Curry took over and led his team to a much-needed win that recovered the home-court advantage to the Dubs. Now it's time to return to San Francisco and start the series again. Things are even now, but if Golden State aspires to win the 2022 NBA championship, they'll need to see more from Draymond. He's a crucial piece on the roster and if he can't deliver as expected, no Curry will save the Dubs.