With the Boston Celtics up 90-86 with over seven minutes staying in Game 4 of the NBA Finals,
Warriors' mentor Steve Kerr subbed Kevon Looney (11 bounce back and 6 focuses)
Andrew Wiggins (17 focuses and 16 bounce back) in for Draymond Green and Nemanja Bjelica.
After Marcus Smart made a free toss out of that break to push the lead to five,
the Warriors outscored Boston 11-3 to take a 97-94 lead with Green out.
Notwithstanding, it was Green who made probably the greatest plays of the evening,
Getting a hostile bounce back off a Klay Thompson missed three-pointer
And afterward driving and dishing to Looney for a layup that pushed the Warriors up 102-97 with brief left.
Green is shooting 6/26, including 0/9 from three-point range,
And has scored a sum of 17 focuses with 18 fouls in the Finals.