Stephen Curry didn't play particularly well in Game 5 but Draymond Green thinks that could bode well for the Warriors on Thursday

Despite his struggles, Curry and the Warriors were still able to earn a pivotal Game 5 win to give Golden State control of the NBA Finals. 

 According to Draymond Green, Curry's rough shooting night could mean a monster performance in Game 6 

"It was huge and that's good for us. He was 0-for-9 from 3 and he's going to be livid going into Game 6," Green said after the game.

Game 5 appeared to silence that criticism as four other players finished in double figures scoring.

In fact, Curry was just the third-highest scorer on his team with just 16 points.

Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson scored 26 and 21 points, respectively to lead the Warriors while Curry shot just 7-for-22 from the field.

the Golden State Warriors are now just one win away from capturing their fourth NBA title in eight years.

"I don't think there's a different type of satisfaction, a win is a win," Green said.

"Whether Steph goes for 43, 10 and 4 or if he finishes with 16 on 7-for-22 shooting a win is a win."