Draymond Green Jr. adorably plays hide-and-seek during dad's Game 6 presser

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Draymond Jr. adorably plays hide-and-seek during dad's presser originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

With a gritty performance Friday night -- 14 points and 15 rebounds -- Draymond Green guided the Warriors to a 110-96 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinals.

But following the series-ending victory at Chase Center, it was his son, Draymond Jr., stealing the spotlight.

While his dad fielded questions from reporters, Draymond Jr. first asked Warriors senior vice president of communications Raymond Ridder for a chair. Then, the youngster started a game of hide-and-seek by ducking underneath the press conference table.

From trying to get Klay Thompson to suit up to examining Steph Curry’s injured finger to grabbing rebounds for the team at shootaround, Dray Jr. has been more than helpful to the Warriors the past few seasons.

Golden State will be without assistant coach Mike Brown next year as he joins the Sacramento Kings. Another assistant, Kenny Atkinson, reportedly interviewed for the Los Angeles Lakers’ head coaching job.

All that means is the Warriors will have no excuses to not bring in Draymond Jr. on their coaching staff next season.