Warriors Couldn’t win on Draymond Green Return Day

By Steven Luker

Grizzlies 116 -Warriors 107

Return or Draymond Green

The Warriors had made a decision to activate Draymond Green return for the game for the first time since he got suspended indefinitely by the NBA after a month after his misconduct, the action coming after he struck Jusuf Nurkic.  Draymond Green finished the game with seven points, seven assists and four fouls. None of his fouls caused him to get thrown out of the game.

Kuminga lead team in points from bench

Jonathan Kuminga who was on the bench tonight and he was scoring 20 points and eleven rebounds in the game. Kuminga was also the Warriors second highest scorer in the game Curry was the lead scorer with 26 points in the game. Kuminga led the team with eleven rebounds in the game. Draymond Green was second in rebounds in the game with seven of them. 


Wiggins foul trouble

Andrew Wiggins in the game was in foul trouble in the game and got fouled out with five fouls in the game so he was in major foul trouble during the game. Once a player receives five fouls they are done for the game and can’t go back in. Even technical fouls count as well. 

Up next for Warriors

The Warriors are wrapping up their road trip on Wednesday against the Utah Jazz and Tip off is set to be 6pm pacific time. The Warriors will then return home for a five game homestand starting with the Dallas Mavericks and they will be closing it out with the Philadelphia 76ers. On the 30th of January. During this homestand the other teams that come into town are the Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Lakers.

The Hawks and Kings games are back to back days so after the Hawks they turn it around 24 hours to face the Kings. They will be off Friday to prepare for the Lakers. The Warriors will begin the month of February on the road against the Grizzlies.