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Zach Edey was praised by Draymond Green for forcing Zach Edey to “QUIT” in the 19th minute of the NCAA Championship game.

The four-time NBA champion Draymond Green happened to watch Monday’s national championship game between Purdue and UCONN. Up until UCONN gained control in the second half, the game was competitive.

Draymond Green praises UConn star for making Zach Edey ‘QUIT’ in 19th minute of NCAA Championship game

Zach Edey, a 7-foot-4 standout for Purdue, gave it his all to guide his squad. Sadly, despite the big man’s best efforts, the Huskies ultimately defeated the Boilermakers 75–60 to claim the title of national champions.

Green saw Huskies number 35, Samson Johnson, throughout the game. Johnson only played for five minutes throughout the game. But Green gave him a lot of credit for his efforts. The Warrior claimed that Johnson’s support of Edey altered the course of play. Green assumed this based on Edey’s going back after the whistle, which she saw in her body language.

Well Done, 35! Tonight, you fulfilled your duties. It was him who forced Edey to leave with around 19 minutes remaining in the second half. A transition occurred and I saw Edey’s walking back body language. He was through. Now go back and watch the entire game again. Draymond Green posted on X for #FreeGame.

However, this was not an accurate assumption to make. Zach Edey played 39 minutes in the Final game. Putting up 37 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 blocks, the center gave his all. While his performance in the first half was undoubtedly better than the second half, the said turnover wasn’t the reason for Edey’s low performance later on in the game.

Draymond Green was watching the championship game very closely

During the game, Green also noticed a play that resembled Steve Kerr and Dan Hurley’s style. With just seven minutes into the closeout, UCONN made a play where the player who gives the screen cuts inside and receives a pass from the center. Green was not late to spot the play as he went straight to X express what he saw.

Dan Hurley, it was extremely Steve Kerr-like! Fake the handoff and hit the slip when the big is off the corner. composed Green

The NBA four-time champion has some serious game sense, as also seen from his game. Green and the Warriors, on the other hand, have other problems to worry about. The Dubs are 10th in the West heading to the Play-In tournament.

Though they must first go beyond the Play-In, Draymond Green and company have extensive playoff experience. Watching the Warriors compete in their second Play-In competition will be exciting. The Los Angeles Lakers and the Dubs are expected to play one other in the tournament, which is set to start on April 16.


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