Draymond Green Plans To Play To Strengths
Draymond Green isn’t focused on improving his weaknesses ahead of the draft.
“Some guys are worried about trying to better their ball-handling because they’re a spot-up shooter,” the former Michigan State standout said. “Kyle Korver is not working on his ball-handling. He’s working on his shot because that’s what he does. So you just got to worry about what you can do and that’s more what the NBA is about as opposed to college where you are trying to improve on everything.”
Green, who measured at 6-foot-6, ranked sixth in the nation in defensive rebounding percentage.
“I know one thing that’ll translate and that translates everywhere is rebounding,” Green said. “If you can rebound at one level, you can pretty much rebound anywhere.
“I know that’s something I will always be able to do, but the rest of the things, if they don’t translate, it’s just something that you keep on working on. If you can do it at one level then you can keep working on it and get better at another level.”