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“But to say somebody’s going to step over you and just walk over the top of your shoulder and you’re not going to react, I’m not perfect enough as a person to say I’m not going to react.” Green is about as real as they come in big-time sports, and this season, his steady, versatile and unselfish game has allowed the Warriors to blend Kevin Durant right into the mix. While a series of offseason incidents forced Green to take some accountability, the man who made it out of Saginaw, Michigan, will never feel the need to explain his on-court actions. Green doesn’t expect fans to understand his in-game antics, “because I know they probably don’t have a passion about anything near as much as I care about this.” Nor is he bothered by critiques of how he does his job celebratory biceps flexing, trash-talking and all. Green’s fire is largely unmatched, he insists, so most people might never experience the same energy and love for anything that he has for hoops. “When you look at the world, 90-some-odd percent of people are OK with mediocrity,” Green said. “I hate mediocrity. … One thing I learned is I can’t expect them to understand how I felt about a certain thing or how I look at something, because they’re OK with being mediocre. And I am not. Mediocre bothers me, it hurts me to the core.” That inner drive fuels him to deliver nightly, no matter who else is on the court with him.
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