JaMychal Green Set to ‘Be a Dog’ With Warriors and Will Embrace ‘the Dirty Work’

JaMychal Green is headed to San Franciso to play with the Golden State Warriors after completing a contract buyout with the Oklahoma City Thunder last month.

Green reportedly agreed to a one-year deal to help provide another stretch forward coming off the bench after the Dubs let Otto Porter Jr. and Nemanja Bjelica walk in free agency this summer. Green is a career 36.6 percent shooter from long distance but is coming off a disastrous campaign as a shooter after shooting the long ball at a 26.2 percent clip last year in Denver.

Green will also be relied upon for his physical defense in the paint. When beat reporters asked him about what he expects his role to be, the Alabama product said he aims to replicate the same effort and energy Draymond Green puts out on the floor.

“Be a dog, Do the dirty work. Help Draymond out with the dirty work.” Green said.

As far as his struggles from deep go, Green said that he plans on addressing and fixing them this summer.

“It’s all about rest and confidence. As long as I get my reps this summer, I’ll be good to go. I was just fighting through some things last year.”

Green averaged 7.2 points and 4.5 rebounds on 47.4 percent shooting from the field and 34.8 percent from long distance during his tenure in Denver.