Warriors' Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

Warriors' Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

Warriors' Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

"That's when we were informed by the table", said Callahan. When Green was then given a technical foul in the second half, almost everyone in Quicken Loans Arena thought it was his second, warranting an ejection. "When we've got guys - like Steph [Curry], Klay [Thompson], me, [Kevin Durant] - picking up two, three fouls in a hurry, it's tough to bring the physicality. And looking at the video, I should have done a better job of making sure that the table knew the technical foul was on Coach Kerr". "I take full responsibility for that".

Kerr said almost the same thing as Lue - that he didn't know exactly what was going on until it was explained to him - while adding that he thought the first tech should've been called on him. In the moment, I thought I had verbalized to the table that the technical foul was on Coach Kerr. "But I thought I heard the announcer say, the PA announcer say that it was on Draymond". "So I knew I didn't have a technical foul, but still trying to figure out why did I get the second one".

There were constant rowdy chants of "Draymond sucks" from the Quicken Loans Arena crowd Friday whenever Green was whistled for a personal foul.

"I've won one on the road".

It didn't involve a punch to where the sun doesn't shine, but Draymond Green was at the center of the first controversy of the NBA Finals. Iman Shumpert and Zaza Pachulia went to the floor in a scrum and Pachulia appeared to hit the wingman in the groin.

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It follows months of advances to the north, east and west of Raqqa by the SDF, which includes Arabs and PYD terrorists. Two of the government's three routes to Deir el-Zour intersect with rebel and Kurdish forces supported by the U.S.

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue was left confused when crew chief Mike Callahan approached him. "Let me get my money's worth if I'm going to get some techs".

The Golden State Warriors' chance to make history slipped through their fingers Friday night. Draymond Green needs to play in this Game 5. "He comes to me and is saying something disrespectful". Fall in love with the superstars.

"We'll bounce back", Green said. One victory away, and no matter any National Basketball Association inspection of Friday night's altercations, the Warriors will have Green and an opportunity for a second championship in this Finals Trilogy.

"We can't take any nonsense". We got to play a little nasty. "Got to come out with some fire and try to get it done". He had been on better behavior in these playoffs, actually trailing LeBron in the leg-kick category in Game 3.

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