Draymond Green Calls Out NBA For Inaccurate Stats Tracking

Photo: Instagram/Draymond green 

Draymond Green, a Golden State Warriors player, has accused the NBA of not providing him with accurate stats.

This follows allegations that the scorekeepers are falsely inflating the numbers of Jaren Jackson Jr.

While the NBA has denied these allegations, Green agrees that there is some inconsistency in tracking player stats.

Photo: Instagram/Draymond green 

The Warriors forward claims that he isn't being given credit for all of his steals and blocks during games.

He believes that his averages of 0.8 blocks and 0.9 steals per game should be higher, given his style of play.

Green used a game against the Oklahoma City Thunder as an example, where he thought he had two blocks but ended up with none on the stat sheet.

It remains to be seen if the NBA will respond to Green's claim, but it is a significant issue in a league where stats play a major role in awarding players.

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Source: Clutch Points 


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