Before the Golden State Warriors take on the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals, n the lead-up to the Warriors’ NBA Finals showdown with the Boston Celtics, Draymond Green provided fresh insight into the behind-the-scenes lifestyle of Warriors players. For the first time in his career, Curry, Thompson, and he have stopped hanging out off the court with each other, according to an interview with ESPN‘s Malika Andrews.

“I think we’ve changed a lot. I think number one, the most importantly, we’re in totally, totally different places in our lives. When I look back at us during that time, we all hung together a lot more. We were just around each other. We don’t hang together very much at all anymore now.

“Why? We have children, families, and that takes up all your time when you’re not here. But our bond is no different than it was when we hung together like that, and I think it’s in large part due to the foundation that we built.”

Draymond Green to ESPN

Warriors need their unity against Celtics

There’s no doubt that the Warriors will have their work cut out for them when they take on a squad like the Celtics. Game 1 of the NBA Finals ended in a 120-108 defeat for the Golden State Warriors on Thursday.

Curry led the squad with 34 points, while Green finished the game with only four points. On Sunday, the Warriors will try to avenge their Game 2 setback by defeating Boston in San Francisco.