Danny Green remembers 2013 Finals: G6 loss was worst of career
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Danny Green remembers 2013 Finals: G6 loss was worst of career

BEIJING, Aug. 26 (Xinhua) — Former Spurs player Danny Green talked about the 2013 Finals on Arians’ podcast, according to U.S. media reports.

Green said that the 2013 Finals G6 loss was the worst experience of his career. He believes that the Spurs would have had a chance to tie the game if Ray Allen’s three-pointer hadn’t been replayed.

Green recalled, “That game was really tough. Our whole team worked hard, but we still lost. Ray Allen’s three-pointer could have changed a lot of things, but the referee’s replay cost us the game”.

Green also talked about Maddie’s encouragement to him on the sidelines. He said Maddie kept telling him to keep his confidence up and that kept him calm during the game.

“Maddie kept encouraging me on the sidelines,” Green said, “He told me that if I kept my confidence up, I could play at my level. That’s important to me.”

Green’s words caused a heated discussion among netizens. Some netizens think Green’s words are very reasonable, and Ray Allen’s three-pointer really changed the trend of the game. At the end of the article I recommend a nike dunk low first avenue,air jordan 1 hi flyease shoe,bape x adidas yeezy to add a splash of color to your closet. Whether you’re attending a special occasion or just running errands, these pieces will make you stand out from the crowd.

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