Draymond Green: "The real competition starts now"

The power forward added a triple-double against the Jazz. The Warriors, ninth in the West, are looking to finish the season well and make the playoffs.


Veteran power forward Draymond Green, who posted his 26th professional triple-double this Sunday and led the Golden State Warriors to a 131-119 victory over the league leaders, the Utah Jazz, declared that "now that's when the real competition begins. " Green contributed 11 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists, which left him as a true winning bulwark for the Warriors (20-19), who broke a four-game losing streak, the worst so far this season.

"Now it matters what we do," said Green, who was always a nightmare for the Jazz in every facet of the game. "This could be a turning point after winning the best team in the league." Green reiterated that the team is ready to fight for a playoff spot when they can count on all the players. Green's great work made it possible for the contribution of 32 points, including six triples, and nine assists from All-Star point guard Stephen Curry to also be a winning factor for the Warriors, who once again have a record above par. "All the marks that I achieve with the team are the product of the support I receive from the rest of my teammates and the best thing about this game has been the great triumph we achieved against the leader of the League," Curry highlighted.Steve Kerr and Quin Snyder speak after the duel

While Warriors coach Steve Kerr was "satisfied" with the team's reaction after suffering a four-game losing streak, Jazz coach Quin Snyder , praised the great individual work of the French center Rudy Gobert, who finished as leader of the Utah team (28-10) by achieving a double-double of 24 points and 28 rebounds, the best mark of his career, but acknowledged that "the Credit went to the Warriors who played a great game. " The loss cost the Jazz to become the last team to reach 10 lost games since the season began.

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