Draymond Green opened up about what changes the Golden State Warriors made that let them dominate the Boston Celtics in Game 2 (88-107).
The superstar big man noted this was an ‘attitude adjustment’ for the Warriors, who crushed Boston in the third quarter (14-35) and didn’t allow the Celtics to come back.
“I think it was definitely an attitude adjustment. Like I said, we didn’t play with enough force the entire 48 minutes. We had spurts where we played with the right amount of force in Game 1.
But overall, against a team like that, you can’t let your foot off the gas pedal. All they need to see is one shot go in, and it can start a domino effect. We knew. Like I said last game, they are who we thought they were.
So we knew we had to keep our foot on the gas pedal and not let up, and we did that, and we were able to come out with the win,” Draymond Green told media, including Hedgeout.net, after Game 2.
Golden State managed to even the series and now has the momentum on its side heading to TD Garden for Games 3 and 4.