Draymond Green reacts to Kyle Kuzma’s performance during Lakers’ comeback win vs. Pacers

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Before traveling to the mountains for a Sunday matinee against the Utah Jazz, the Golden State Warriors had two days off after an ugly loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.

During Golden State’s two-day break, Draymond Green tuned in for Friday night’s NBA slate. Following the Los Angeles Lakers’ comeback against the Indiana Pacers, Green chimed in on Twitter with praise for Kyle Kuzma.

The young Lakers forward tallied a team-high 24 points on 8-of-18 shooting from the field. Kuzma grabbed 13 boards to complete a double-double effort.

With the Lakers trailing by 12 points in the fourth quarter, Kuzma exploded in the final 12 minutes, scoring 15 of his 24 points to help seal a comeback victory for the defending champions.

On Twitter, Green had a simple message for Kuzma after his impressive performance.

Via @Money23Green on Twitter:

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After Green’s tweet, Kuzma responded to the former Defensive Player of the Year.

Via @kylekuzma on Twitter:

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LeBron James added 18 points on 5-of-13 shooting from the field with 10 assists in 34 minutes in the Lakers’ 105-100 victory at Staples Center.

The Lakers will travel to San Francisco for a tilt against the Golden State Warriors at Chase Center on Monday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. PST.

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