Draymond Green believes he’s being shortchanged by scorekeepers around the league.
With a conspiracy doing the rounds about Jaren Jackson supposedly getting favourable treatment from scorekeepers in Memphis, Green used the opportunity to call his own stats into question.
“I can’t sit here and say, ‘Oh man, his stats are padded,’” Green said on his podcast.
“But when this came out, I was like, ‘Well, maybe I should acknowledge this … To say that I’m only averaging 0.8 blocks and 0.7 steals or something like that, like I know that’s not accurate.”
Green then mentioned Golden States’ most recent game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, in which he finished with zero blocks but claimed he actually had two.
But it’s unlikely that Green is actually being robbed of stats, considering every play of every game is reviewed by independent auditors.
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