Why Draymond Green May Soon Be the Odd Man Out at Golden State
During the first four years of LeBron James‘ NBA career, we saw Golden State’s “other” superstar emerge. He was an undersized guy with an awkward jumping ability who was also an outstanding shooter. The man known as “Draymond” was the poster child for the awkward NBA phenom.
Then he disappeared.
Draymond was the poster child of the awkward NBA phenom.
He was the poster child for that one-dimensional NBA player who simply wasn’t good enough to become one of the best in the game.
We had the perfect role model for the role.
But by the time James went to Miami last season to reunite with Dwyane Wade, that role model was gone all together.
If you ask me, there has never been a better role model for the roles that James has played in his career so far.
Just look at him. There is absolutely no doubt that he can play. If you ask that question to anyone who follows the NBA closely, you’re bound to get an impressive answer. So good, in fact, that it’s fair to say the only question you will ever have to ask about James is “Where does he rank in the league?”
We know that James is the best player in the NBA. For someone who was brought into the league as a “superstar”, that seems like a fair assessment. But James is currently the top player in the league.
Of the five players who can claim that title, one of them is currently on his way to the top: Draymond Green.
Draymond is a generational talent, and one whose best days as a NBA player are absolutely still ahead of him. I have no doubt that he will be one of the best players to ever step onto an NBA court.
He’s already been an All-Star once.
Now he’s one