For the second time in four games to close out the regular season, Golden State Warriors All-Star forward Draymond Green will rest for Wednesday's season finale against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Much like what we saw during Monday's loss to the Utah Jazz, it's pretty much ridiculous to rely on any Warriors player for DFS relevance.
Golden State has wrapped up the No. 1 seed out west, a clear indication that the team couldn't care less about the outcome of these late-season games. Resting Klay Thompson on Monday, Golden State also sat both Green and Stephen Curry in the fourth quarter as its 14-game winning streak came to an end.
If we're looking at any type of DFS relevance here, it could be Kevin Durant's usage, as he's the one player who has put up 30-plus minutes in his two games since returning from injury. He could be in one for more use Wednesday night as the Warriors prepare for the postseason.