Published: Wed, November 14, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green Get Into Heated Sideline Argument

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green Get Into Heated Sideline Argument

The impending free agency of Durant heightens the sensitivity of the issue.

According to ESPN, witnessed described the altercation as "one of the most intense of this Warriors era".

Durant emphatically clapped his hands in an apparent call for the ball, but Green carried it up the court and eventually lost control of the ball without attempting a shot.

The Warriors will need to rebound quickly and put this all behind them as they play host to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night, but will need to do it without Green, who was suspended for the game.

Following Green and Durant's confrontation, the Warriors rallied together and got burned by Lou Williams' 10 points to fall by five in overtime.

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None of the Warriors' stars on the floor had a game totally out of the ordinary, and yet, the NBA's top team still fell to a Clippers squad with a combined zero career All-Star selections.

In case you missed it - Green and KD got into a heated exchange at the end of regulation during Monday's loss to the Clippers, after Green dribbled away the final possession of the fourth quarter without getting a shot up. According to Haynes, "the organization is of the belief that Green cut too deep in his disagreement with Durant".

Other teammates argued with Green over his choice in the final moments to keep the ball, but Green forcefully defended himself, raising the volume level in the room, sources said.

"Obviously, Dray had the turnover". The Clippers won 121-116 in overtime. "But it was good to see some fire, some emotion".

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