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  • dry amount a couple days later, just hoping to kind of get your perspective on why that Charlotte game ended the other night.

  • Um, my perspective, my perspective is as such, it's changed over the over the past couple days.

  • Um, I'd say, immediately after that game I was kind of pissed off, you know, just on my feelings of the whole situation.

  • Uh, you know how the first tech went down more is more so than the second tech, where my initial films, um, in anger.

  • Uhh.

  • That came from the situation as I sat and I thought about the situation and reassessed.

  • Um, you know, as I had timeto let the whole thing marinade and digest, I was dead as wrong.

  • Um, and not, uh, that I was wrong, Like I said for the first tech, per se.

  • But once, you know, whatever that situation is, once I have the first check, I I can't get the second track.

  • And so, um, I was a bit disappointed.

  • I'm still a bit disappointed on by myself because, you know, I think that whole situation bothered me.

  • I know for sure it did bother me more than being suspended from Game five of the NBA Finals in 2016.

  • Uh, and the reason it bothered me more than that is because, you know, you can have your thoughts on the Game Five situation.

  • I have I for sure have my thoughts on the situation.

  • Um, but this situation in particular, I had complete control over and, you know, I let that control get away from me, and in turn, I left the game.

  • I'll get away from myself and my teammates, and I think the reason that box me more waas because obviously, like I said, your thoughts and your thoughts on the Game five situation, my thoughts and my thoughts.

  • But you know, this this this young team, um you know, when I went in an MBA game, it is not easy.

  • Uh, and you know, this this young team has not had, You know, the guys on this team has not had much experience with winning.

  • And so to take the game away from my teammates, um, and which, you know, they worked so hard for I was a bit frustrating for me.

  • Um, because I let them down.

  • And another reason there was a bit frustrating for me.

  • I think you know, when I think of the the whole entire picture of all of this, um, if you type in Draymond green, Uh, before when was that game?

  • Saturday.

  • Yeah.

  • The first clip you will see is me talking about the drumming situation.

  • And so to go from that situation toe Like what the next thing would be if you see of me, it's like, two completely total different ends of the spectrum.

  • And that's where the disappointment for me lies.

  • Um, you know, and just kinda let my emotions get the best of me.

  • And going from one of the most powerful statements in NBA history to like that, uh, is embarrassing, you know?

  • And so that's kind of where the disappointment comes from.

  • For me, uh, is leading my teammates down, and then that, uh, you know, the the difference and those two situations, you know much better than that.

  • And, you know, at you know, I'm a completely different person.

  • I was at 30.

  • I mean, at 25 than I am at 30.

  • And so when I look at the person who I am today, that should never happen.

  • Uh, and so you know, and saying that, um, you know, I can admit my faults and when I'm wrong and I was wrong on I have to do what I have to do to make that up to my teammates.

  • And I don't mean, you know, obviously, uh, you know, like, I told the guys, I appreciate support, um, of me, but that action does not warrant support.

  • You know, with with support from teammates comes a responsibility, and I let that responsibility go.

  • And so to think that, you know, just because they are my teammates and they deserve, you know, I do have their support don't necessarily mean I was deserving of it in that situation because I wasn't.

  • So I'm very appreciative of them, and I owe them.

  • Dr.

  • Mark has from clutch points.

  • Um, how difficult after, you know, the two losses or whatever.

  • How, like fans love to dehumanize.

  • You know, the athlete.

  • How difficult is it to sit here and talk about those issues after it happened to sit and talk about the issues after it happened?

  • Yeah.

  • With who with?

  • With the media.

  • Oh, not difficult at all.

  • Um, you know, I could have I could have spoke to you guys after that game.

  • But like I said, Yeah, I wanted to take time and kind of let my thoughts marinade because the answer you would have got for me that the day after that game was would be completely different from NASA.

  • You just got, you know, So, um, it's not necessarily that it's tough.

  • I just think it's human beings, Uh, human as a human part of being a human being is having emotions.

  • And so, you know, immediately after that game, I'm extremely emotional.

  • Uh, and I just didn't wanna talk from an emotional state.

  • So it's not necessarily hard from the standpoint of, uh, getting up there and talk.

  • But, you know, I just didn't wanna talk from an emotional state.

  • I wanted to sit back and kind of assess the entire situation and kind of let my thoughts developed as opposed, hopping in front of a microphone.

  • Um, 10 minutes after a very high emotional situation hydrate.

  • Carlos Ramirez, NBC, Bayer and Telemundo.

  • Uh, how do you make sure you keep yourself on check for the future?

  • And do you think you're a better leader now?

  • After that happened and I think any time you go through some things in life, you you come out better on the other side.

  • So I 100% think I'll be better assed faras controlling my emotions.

  • I'm not to control my emotions.

  • Uh, I let him get the best of me, that there.

  • But, you know, as someone who could get 15 tax every year and never cross that line, I think I know how to control my emotions pretty pretty well, right now, when you look at your position on this team, uh, there's no David West.

  • There's no, like a bunch of O G s.

  • You're now the O g of this team.

  • How did that impact how you reflected on what happened in the game?

  • Uh, I think heavily impacts, you know, just not having those holder vets per se to kind of give you that perspective.

  • You just have to find it, you know, and, uh, saying that, you know, you just it's a completely different situation.

  • I think I am accustomed.

  • Then I became accustomed to being or being a part off, but you just had to find it's all a part of growth, you know, Uh, you're not going to stay the young guy forever.

  • I think one thing's for certain in this life is we all get older, you know, and that's that's just the nature of it.

  • And so we just have to make that adjustment.

  • Did you talk to someone?

  • Dre.

  • Get perspective?

  • Did someone give you a call?

  • Maybe a former coach or a teammate to talk about what happened?

  • I talked to a lot of people, but that's not where my perspective came from.

  • My perspective kind of came from the thoughts and feelings that I have within.

  • Ah, that's where my perspective mhm which is where the same.

  • You mentioned the support from your teammates.

  • What kind of what?

  • What does that support?

  • How did they give you that support?

  • What was it like in the locker room after the next day, we discussed what we discussed in the locker room.

  • I think you could kind of see the support and talking with you guys.

  • Um and yeah, that support is that support, But any other questions?

  • You know, I've said what I got to say about that situation.

  • Yeah.

  • What?

  • What do you think about where this team is right now.

  • I mean, you know, obviously you're coming off to deflating losses.

  • There have been bright spots within those losses.

  • 16 and 15 getting the centers back.

  • Just what's your general thought?

  • Don't where this team is.

  • I think this team is getting better.

  • Um, you know, definitely two losses.

  • You know that we should have had both of them, um, and saying that we didn't get either one of them.

  • So you move forward.

  • But overall, like where this team is that I think, uh, you know, the improvement that we've shown on both ends of the ball.

  • Uhh.

  • You know, and being a top five defense in the league now, I think, you know, that shows the improvement and focused level and commitment of this team.

  • And then also, I think, to go out and compete and play.

  • I mean, obviously two days ago, we played that game without Stefon to still have an opportunity to win that game.

  • Um, says a lot about the growth of this team because I'm not sure, you know, a two weeks ago, it would be that same results.

  • So it's, you know, I think this team is getting better and you know, hopefully that will start to show in the Win Loss column dreamin offensively, Where is your confidence?

  • I'm of the mind that sometimes in the games you're taking your man, you're going coast to coast.

  • You're hitting a big three and other times you're throwing your hands up.

  • It feels like you have it.

  • Sometimes you don't like how would you assess the confidence in your offense?

  • Uh, I think you know, there are times I think it's more of just me and aggressive than confidence at this point.

  • Uh, confident.

  • I'm confidence help at this point.

  • Uh, I think it's it's kind of the mindset, you know, and and essentially stand aggressive.

  • Uh uh.

  • You know, when I get by a man and completely ball blam and possibly missed a shot like not letting that effect the aggressiveness that I play with, um And so I think when you kind of see me throwing my hands up it Z, it is obviously more so out of frustration.

  • Um, but in saying that, you know, I think the most important thing for me is just to stay aggressive, more certain, worry about like, oh, well, my confidence is here, like, I'm confident.

  • I feel great about my game, Uh, just staying aggressive and kind of keeping that mindset, that attack, mind that mindset of attack just so I'm in terminology, right?

  • Sorry.

  • Just so I get terminology, right?

  • What is it, then?

  • That stops you from being aggressive.

  • If it's not like I think, picking and choosing those spots.

  • Um, you know, uh, when you play a certain way for so long, you know, it's not just it's not easy to just kind of turn that mindset back on it, like attacking.

  • And so I think more so, just kind of tapping back into that, uh, you know, it's just a completely different mindset, Uh, in entering the game with, you know, it takes a little while for, you know, for me to kind of just get that back all the time.

  • So, uh, you know, making that adjustment.

  • But it's, you know, I feel good about where I'm at with so many games in the NBA season, honey.

  • Last question.

  • Go ahead.

  • Last question.

  • You never want to emphasize one game is being a quote unquote big game or anything, but there's a lot of talk about this road trip being a kind of a time for you guys to generate some momentum.

  • Having lost those first two games, is that sort of make these next few games even that More important to you, I think anytime you lose a couple games, you know you want to stop the bleeding s.

  • Oh, yes.

  • I mean, there are very important.

  • These next two are very important.

  • Um, you know, and trying to win these two and finish this road trip.

  • All two and two, uh, you know, head back home for a game and just, you know, continue to try to build some moment.

  • And so I think you know, these two games are very important.

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dry amount a couple days later, just hoping to kind of get your perspective on why that Charlotte game ended the other night.

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