Draymond Green is preparing for the season with a new heart.
According to media and reports, Green said, "there's a lot of difference, but it's fun. I feel like a rookie again and I'm trying to figure out how to go."
The new season seems to be a time of challenge. There was a huge change in Golden State this summer. The home stadium was changed once, Golden State has been using the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, as a home stadium until last season. Golden State warriors has been using the stadium since 1971. But from 2019-2020, they will be moving to Chase Center in San Francisco.
The roster also changed. Kevin Durant, who was the team's key force moved to the Brooklyn Nets and the Tyrant DeMarcus Cousins moved to the Los Angeles Lakers. Veteran Andre Iguodala also moved to Memphis Grizzlies. Golden State has been the strongest team in the NBA Finals for five consecutive years, winning three more titles. But this summer, a power outage made it difficult to win.
But even if some players are missing, Golden State is Golden State. Team Ace Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Green continue to defend the team. The three players have the advantage of taking a long breath, and they don't lag behind any team for the winning experience. All-Star Guard D'Angelo Russell also sign for Golden State this summer.
In addition, by February next year, Thompson, who was seriously injured and he is expected to return.