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Draymond Green tells us where he eats, drinks and gets a haircut in the Bay Area

Draymond Green, Warriors #23
Photograph: NBAE/Getty Images/Noah Graha Draymond Green

Draymond Green may be from Michigan, but he walks and talks with Bay Area swagger (that is, he isn’t shy and wears his emotions on his sleeve). The Golden State Warriors power forward, who was called the voice of the team by teammate Steph Curry and the heart by coach Steve Kerr, isn’t afraid to hold court with local fans while he bowls at Plank in Jack London Square, hits up Too $hort concerts or works out to E-40 and Mistah F.A.B. Here’s where you can spot the Warriors icon around the Bay Area this year; at 6'7", he’s hard to miss.

 

Beast Mode Apparel, Oakland

“I’ve got to support my man Marshawn Lynch and his sick line of apparel.”

 

China Pack Kitchen, Oakland

“My go-to spot for Chinese food in Oakland. Awesome food, and they’re open late!”

 

Hazel Southern Bar & Kitchen, San Francisco 

“Hit up Hazel for some Southern comfort food.”

 

KJ’s Barber & Hair Creationz, Hayward

“Lionel is my guy.”

 

Mad Oak Bar, Oakland

“Great spot to catch the game. Lots of TVs and solid food.”

 

Mua, Oakland

“Great vibe and food. The people at Mua are awesome and really welcoming. Love that they’re open late.”

 

Oracle Arena, Oakland

“Come catch me and the Golden State Warriors at a game!”

 

Plank, Oakland

“Plank is great for bowling—lots of lanes and a few spots you can book out for parties.”

 

PRSTG SHOP, Alameda

“Awesome spot for some new kicks.”

 

SoulCycle, Berkeley

“Physical fitness is an important part of my life, and SoulCycle is a serious workout.”

 

Sweet Maple, San Francisco

“My favorite brunch in San Francisco.”

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