Warriors forward Draymond Green doesn’t think the Trail Blazers stand a chance at advancing out of the Western Conference semifinals after their loss on Monday.

By SI Wire
May 10, 2016

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Warriors forward Draymond Green doesn’t think the Trail Blazers stand a chance at advancing out of the Western Conference semifinals after falling down 3–1 in the series with another loss on Monday night. 

“Do I think they’re done? Of course I think they’re done,” Green said, according to ESPN. 

“If I don’t think they’re done, I don’t know who else is going to think it,” he continued. “We’re going home with a 3–1 lead. It’s up to us to close it out. And I trust my teammates, I trust our team to come out ready to go and close this series out. Of course I think they’re done. It’s time for us to close the series. We did what we needed to do; we came on the road and got one win. We took care of home court. Now it’s time for us to do it again.”

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The Warriors beat Portland 132–125 in overtime on Monday with a historic performance from Stephen Curry in his return from a knee injury.

Golden State will host the Trail Blazers at Oracle Arena for Game 5 on Wednesday.

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