The Warriors beat the Hawks 105-100 on Monday night, and they did so due in large part to the defensive prowess of Draymond Green. Green—who has spoken publicly about wanting to win the Defensive Player of the Year award this season in recent weeks—recorded two big blocks in the final 43 seconds of the game to help Golden State eek out a win over Atlanta. And during his post-game press conference, he spoke about how he is personally offended by those who have suggested that the Warriors got worse on the defensive side of the ball when they signed Kevin Durant and let some of their bigger bodies go in free agency.
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