Fresh off reports that Draymond Green and Kevin Durant got into a heated argument following Monday's loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, the Warriors have chose to sit Green for Tuesday's game against the Atlanta Hawks.
With the game tied 106-106 nearing the end of regulation, Green grabbed a rebound and decided not to call a timeout, instead dribbling into the frontcourt and failing to get a shot off as the final seconds ticked away. The Clippers won 121-116 in overtime.
After the buzzer sounded and the players went to the bench, Durant yelled at Green for not passing him the ball under the basket.
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One of the inescapable factors already being asked about Green's suspension centered on Durant's looming free agency and how choosing to punish Green could escalate tensions between the star players.
Some witnesses told Wojnarowski and Spears that the closed-door exchange was one of the most intense of this Warriors era.
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Golden State (11-3) hosts the Hawks (3-10) at 10:30 p.m. ET.
After securing a rebound, Green elected to run down carelessly with the ball through traffic, ultimately losing possession and not getting off a shot. Durant was seen clapping his hands, an apparent call for the ball.
"Klay Thompson, who is typically reserved, spoke up in the locker room to the surprise of his teammates about the altercation and stressed the importance of sticking together, sources said".
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Golden State teammate Shaun Livingston characterized the exchange between Durant and Green as "just team spirit". He also emphasized that things like this happen all the time. "But it was good to see some fire, some emotion".