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Key Underdogs For NBA Playoff Teams

Kyle Terada | USA TODAY Sports

1st – Golden State Warriors, Draymond Green

Draymond Green is arguably the Warriors most versatile player. The only thing that he probably can’t do on the court is coach. He’ll give you buckets, grab those boards, set up his teammates, ballhawk the opponents, swat some shots, and even hit one or two treys. He’s so good that former All Star and the Dubs’ highest paid player in David Lee got relegated to the background in favor of the do-it-all forward out of Michigan State. There’s no need to worry if he can continue this type of performance up to the postseason as he’s just carrying off his momentum from way back to last year’s playoffs.

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