‘You have to be critical of the player…he’s not afraid to do that’ – Melissa Rollins believes 3-time NBA champion is the league’s next voice after LeBron James

With the growing profile of Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, Los Angeles Lakers superstar LeBron James may not be the only popular voice in the NBA.

Green has become one of the most vocal players in the league. A versatile forward, Green has been one of the most important players for the Golden State Warriors.

While Green’s scoring isn’t great, his impact shouldn’t be underestimated. He has earned a reputation as one of the league’s top guards for his ability to defend multiple positions at the elite level. He played with great determination and hard work, and he was also the vocal leader of the Warriors.

While Green continues to make an impact on the court, his voice off the court has also had a big impact. Green saw his follow-up blossom, especially after using his various platforms to tell various stories.

In “The Herd with Colin Cowherd,” Melissa Rollin hints that Green has become the NBA’s biggest voice after James.

“You have to criticize men,” Rollin said. “He wasn’t afraid to do it. … He stood by everything he said.

Has Draymond Green become the NBA’s biggest voice after LeBron James? He wasn’t afraid to do that…he stood by everything he said. “— @melissarohlin https://t.co/4rt3gyUa5J

Draymond Green joins LeBron James as NBA ambassador

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green

While LeBron James is one of the most popular voices in the NBA, Draymond Green has seen his platform grow in popularity with each season.

James is one of the game’s top superstars, using his popularity to become one of the league’s most influential players. While James will have the biggest voice in the league until he retires, it’s clear that Green has begun to connect with the rest of the basketball world.

Green has been one of the top players in the league due to his versatility and basketball IQ. It now appears that Green has also become one of the most influential people off the court.

Grizzlies’ Draymond Green: “This isn’t the Minnesota Timberwolves. You don’t play with that team anymore; it’s championship-level basketball.” (via @TheVolumeSports) https://t.co/u8AZ309YUv

For now, Green will continue to focus on the current situation with the Golden State Warriors.

After two impressive victories against the Memphis Grizzlies, the Golden State Warriors are 3-1 and one win away from reaching the Western Conference finals. As Green continues to be the face of the Warriors, the team is starting to look like an early-season title contender.

Throughout the playoffs, Draymond averaged 7.4 points, 6.3 rebounds and 6.7 assists while shooting 55.3 percent from the field.

Game 5 is on Wednesday night in Memphis.

Edited by Joseph Schiefelbein

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