Draymond Green has been the glue guy for the Warriors for a long time, but it looks like he has a new job: leading the second unit. 

Green won't be coming off the bench, but at the start of the second quarter, he'll be in charge of the team.

Before playing the Clippers, Steve Kerr said, "Yeah, we'll try that again tonight." "Give that team another player who can handle the ball.

 In the second half of that Houston game, they stuck together pretty well. So we will switch to that one."

Kerr wasn't wrong. In the second quarter, Green helped the Warriors' second unit make their lead even bigger.

 At the beginning of the second quarter, the Clippers were only down by three points, but by the end of it, they were down by 19. The Warriors won the second quarter, 34-18.

 Don't get me wrong, Draymond Green has done great things for a struggling second unit so far.

Draymond Green said of playing with the second unit, "Just making sure we can keep up the level of energy we need to win at a high level." "That's what I want."

Even though the Golden State Warriors have been struggling so far this season, they are still only three games behind the first place team.

 No one in the Western Conference has really stepped up like the Boston Celtics or Milwaukee Bucks have, and it's right there for the Warriors to take again.