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Draymond Green's Son Gave Stephen Curry A Mask When He Went To The Bench In Cute Moment

Draymond Green's Son Gave Stephen Curry A Mask When He Went To The Bench In Cute Moment

Stephen Curry and Draymond Green share a strong relationship on and off the court. On the court, Draymond is always looking for ways to set Stephen Curry up for his shots. In fact, Draymond is the player with the most assists when it comes to Stephen Curry's three-pointers across his career.

And off the court, the two are very good friends and are very close. Both their families are very close. And it appears that helping Stephen Curry runs in the Green family. During the game, when Stephen Curry went to the bench, Draymond's son DJ came up to him as Curry sat down and gave him a mask. It was an adorable moment that showed that Draymond's whole family is ready to assist Stephen Curry.

This isn't the first time where Draymond's son has stolen the show this season. Earlier in the year, DJ hijacked Draymond's post-game interview, in a heartwarming moment for all NBA fans. Green himself couldn't help but laugh at his son's adorable antics during the interview. 

Green and Curry have been close for a long time. And after Steph's historic night last week, he gifted Draymond Green, along with Andre Iguodala, a Rolex for all their years of support while playing together. Both Curry and Green value the opportunity to play with each other on such a regular basis.

And off the court, they are just as close. Much like during games, Green does a lot of work to protect Stephen Curry. Curry once shared the story of how Green started throwing grapes at fans during a Carolina Panthers game when fans started throwing things at Curry and his family.

Going forward, Green, Curry, and the returning Klay Thompson will be hoping to recreate their magic from the 2015-16 season, and lead the Warriors to the top of the NBA mountain. Given how Curry has been playing, Klay and Draymond just need to be as good as they can be in order for the Warriors to be dominant once again.