2. Dud - Josh Green
Coming into the season, everyone had high hopes for this to be Josh Green’s leap year. Through eight games of pure inconsistency, bringing timid play to the floor and not producing, it has made Mavs fans start to question whether or not Green can be an impactful player for this team.
In the last three games, Green has scored in single digits while making minimal impact on the offensive side of the floor.
In a season-low of 18 minutes on the court tonight, Green had three points, two assists, and one block in the loss.
With the Mavericks having solid productivity from Tim Hardaway Jr. and Derrick Jones Jr., it will be crucial for Green to have a good performance against the Clippers on Friday night.
Defensively, Green has been all anyone could ask for when it comes to hustle and grit. Being able to guard some of the top wings in the NBA isn’t an easy task, but after signing a contract extension with the Mavs just a few weeks ago, Green will need to step up his entire game.
Josh Green seems to fit well in a fast-paced basketball system, so hopefully, Jason Kidd can realize that and allow him to share the court with Hardy and Irving more often.