Draymond Green suspended over tiff with Kevin Durant

Marcus Newton
November 14, 2018

This isn't the first time Durant and Green have gone at one another.

While on the bench the two could be seen jawing at one another but according to multiple reports, the exchange seeped into the locker room as well.

Wojnarowski and Spears reported earlier Tuesday that the organization was taking seriously the fallout from the confrontation and was spending the day working through the issues that might have been created - or even advanced - within the team's dynamic. However, the Warriors fell short, losing 121-116.

Golden State (11-3) hosts the Hawks (3-10) at 10:30 p.m. ET.

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The suspension of Green for Tuesday night's game against Atlanta, which will cost him $120,480, comes at the risk of further impacting a Warriors locker room in which Green has been the dominant voice during the team's three championships in four years. According to Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant had an argument on the court and Green kept reminding about KD's free agency next summer.

In 12 games this season, Green is averaging 7.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 1.9 steals per game on.462/.240/.667 shooting splits.

Teammates argued with Green over his choice in the final moments to keep the ball instead of passing to Durant for a try at a game-winning shot, sources said. Veteran Shaun Livingston, meanwhile, dismissed the heated exchange as "just team spirit".

Golden State will extend its consecutive sell-out crowd streak to 300 games during Tuesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks, which began with a December 18, 2012 game against the Hornets, who were still from New Orleans at the time.

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