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The Warriors are 46-12.
They lead Memphis by 4.5 games for the top spot in the Western Conference.
But Golden State did just go 3-3 on its six-game road trip, which culminated in a 110-108 loss to the Nets.
"It wasn't as bad it sounds," Draymond Green told KNBR 680-AM Tuesday night. "However, we would have liked to finish better on the road trip. But at the end of the day I think we'll be fine. Getting back home will be good for us and we're definitely looking forward to that."
The Warriors lost to Indiana 104-98, but were playing without Stephen Curry for the first time all season.
They lost to to Cleveland 110-99, who had won 17 of 19 entering the contest, and fell to the aforementioned Nets on Jarrett Jack's game-winning jumper with 1.1 seconds remaining.
Green, who scored just three points in the loss to Brooklyn, understands you can't win 'em all.
"I went to the grocery store before we left on the road trip and some guy was like, 'Man, ya'll lost a game...' something crazy. I don't even remember what he said," Green explained with a light-hearted, humorous tone. "And I was just like, 'My man. You know. We want to win, too, but ya'll got a little spoiled around here now. We just won more games than a lot of teams will all season...'
"And then he was like, 'Nah, you know what. You right, you right. I didn't mean it like that.' So, you know, fans got a little spoiled and I'm fine with that. Stay spoiled. We gonna continue to try to spoil the fans. We gonna try to win as many games as we can. So the fans can stay spoiled, we need to continue to raise the bar, which we will. And if they want to hold us to that standard that's great cuz we are going to hold ourselves to it as well."
Before embarking on their trip, the Warriors won three in a row so the man at the grocery store must be referring to the back-to-back losses to Chicago and Utah on Jan. 27 and Jan. 30.
Don't worry Warriors fans. Green also made one thing very clear.
"Obviously we have the best home crowd in the NBA, period," Green declared.
The Warriors' "heartbeat" turned 25 years old today...
First off I want to Thank everyone for the love today!!! Blessed to reach the Quarter Century mark... Man I'm getting lol— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) March 4, 2015
In honor of my 25th birthday I'm launching my online store where you can get your Money Green gear and more!!!— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) March 4, 2015
Since it's my 25th birthday you can receive 25% off your purchases by using promo code MoneyGreen25 Here's the link: http://t.co/v3uGQRzk49— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) March 4, 2015