Draymond Green hasn't forgotten his wait in the 2012 NBA draft

Draymond names all players drafted before him from memory (1:46)

Draymond Green's memory is on point as he names the 34 players selected before him in the 2012 NBA draft. (1:46)

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green turned out to be one of the best picks of the 2012 NBA draft. But he has a bit of a chip on his shoulder because 34 people were picked before him.

How much of a chip? He remembers all the guys taken before him -- in order.

We caught up with Green after Game 5 of the Western Conference finals and asked him to prove he could do it.

So how did Green do? He got all the names and had only one mix-up: Fab Melo was drafted one pick after Jared Sullinger, not one pick before him. Considering what a feat this is, we'll let that slip.

Our favorite names from the list are Arnett Moultrie, who played 59 games in the league and was last seen playing in Puerto Rico, and Tomas Satoransky, who never made his way to the United States.

For what it's worth, the fact that Green wasn't selected in the first round allowed him to cash in earlier. He signed a five-year, $85 million deal before this season as many of the first-round picks were still on their rookie deals.