• The Golden State Warriors have now lost three consecutive games
  • Draymond Green weighs in on the Dubs' recent run
  • He is positive the team can still bounce back with just 10 games left in the season

The Golden State Warriors have been struggling to get back to its old form.

The Dubs are now on a three-game skid following the 94-90 loss to the lower-seeded Orlando Magic Tuesday, March 22.

Veteran power forward Draymond Green was not happy about his team’s performance and voiced his frustration after the game.

According to Green, the Warriors are currently playing “soft.”

Even worse, he thinks the opposing teams are dominating them with ease and it makes it even harder to win games knowing that they’re “getting punked” inside the court.

"I think we're playing soft, we're playing stupid," Green told reporters after the game, including NBC Sports. "We're just not playing good basketball, we're getting punked. It's hard to win a game getting punked. That's kind of where we are right now.”

“You get to these games and we're losing a lot of fourth quarters,” he continued. “Not losing a lot of the game, we're losing a lot of fourth quarters. And that's execution, but in order to execute there's a certain level of physicality and we're not meeting that.”

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Head coach Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors reacts in the first half as Draymond Green #23 walks to the bench against the Houston Rockets in Game One of the Western Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs at Toyota Center on May 14, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

The Magic are currently sitting way below the standings and are likely to finish the season in the 14th spot in the East.

For Green, losing to “one of the worst teams in the league” only means the Warriors won’t be able to match up well against the great teams.

"No disrespect to the Orlando Magic, but they are one of the worst teams in the league,” the four-time NBA All-Star pointed out. “And we can't match up with them. And if you can't match up with them, you're definitely not going to do it against the great teams. I wouldn't necessarily say it's a concern, but that's what's happening.”

With just 10 games left in the regular season, Green remains optimistic that the Warriors can still get back to its winning ways.

“I don't doubt that we can fix it, but if we're going to win some games then it's got to be fixed,” he added.

As things stand, the Warriors have now lost back-to-back games since Stephen Curry was sidelined after spraining a ligament in his left foot.

The latest update said that the two-time NBA MVP will be re-evaluated in two weeks and the Dubs will be hoping to finally have him back in time for the playoffs.