Perk breaks down Draymond Green’s defense on Nikola Jokic | NBA Today

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On NBA Today, Kendrick Perkins breaks down a series where Draymond Green defended Nikola Jokic while having five fouls during the Golden State Warriors’ Game 3 win over the Denver Nuggets.

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