Draymond Green Praises NBA Rookies For Their Outstanding Start


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In an exclusive interview, NBA superstar Draymond Green commends this year's rookie class, stating, "It doesn't look like a rookie class." 

Notably, players like Victor Wembanyama, Chet Holmgren, and the Thompson twins have impressed with their skill and poise, resembling seasoned pros in the league.

Green didn't hold back his admiration for the rookies, including his own teammates, Brandin Podziemski and Trayce Jackson-Davis. He mentioned that their ability to avoid typical rookie mistakes is remarkable.

Photo: Instagram/Draymond Green

Additionally, Green discussed the impact of these rookies on his own game, stating that their strong defensive abilities make it challenging for him to maintain his position on the All-Defensive Teams.

The difference in these rookies' performance is attributed to their mindset, with a focus on defense rather than just scoring. Green expressed his satisfaction with their dedication to the defensive aspect of the game.


Draymond Green, a four-time NBA champion and a multiple-time NBA All-Defensive Team member, acknowledged the exceptional skills and mindset of this rookie class, providing insight into their early success in the league.

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