Draymond Green said in December last year that LeBron James was the NBA’s greatest player of all time (GIAT). The second place was Michael Jordan and the third place was the late Kobe Bryant. Curry was fourth.

However, he changed his mind after 4 months.

“It’s very different,” Green said of his teammate Stephen Curry’s confidence in an interview with ESPN after a Game 5 win over the Sacramento Kings.크크크벳

“There’s no arguing,” Green claimed. “Curry is the greatest. And it’s something special.”

Green appears to be fascinated by Curry’s performance against Sacramento in the first-round series of the playoffs.

Curry recorded 31.4 points, 4.6 assists and 4.4 rebounds against a Sacramento defense of De’Aaron Fox and Devion Mitchell.

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