Draymond Green defends Stephen Curry in statement following Warriors' loss to Clippers
The Golden State Warriors are fighting to maintain their spot in the playoff race, but are struggling to win games on the road.
The Warriors lost to the LA Clippers on Tuesday night, despite a great performance by Steph Curry.
Draymond Green spoke about Curry's performance after the game, and what the team needs to do when he's playing well.
Green suggested setting screens, spacing the floor, and staying active to keep the defense occupied.
Curry was dominant against the Clippers, scoring 50 points on 20-of-28 shooting from the field and 8-of-14 shooting from behind the three-point line.
Green said he enjoys watching Curry play and is impressed by the level of difficulty of his shots.
Green said he tries to do something to help free up Curry, while also giving him the space he needs.
The Warriors need to find ways to support Curry's performance and avoid wasting it.
The playoffs are rapidly approaching, and the Warriors can't afford to make mistakes if they want to secure a spot.