Warriors suspend Green one game without pay

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Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is expected to miss Tuesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks due to his verbal confrontation with teammate Kevin Durant. Green dribbled away the final possession of the fourth quarter without getting a shot up.

Durant was shown calling for the ball on the ensuing play, but Green seemingly ignored him, instead dribbling up the court and eventually coughing it up as time expired, despite having Andre Iguodala and Klay Thompson wide open on both sides of him.

The intensity in the locker room was heightened because the matter of Durant's impending free agency reportedly was raised.

Green rebounded the ball with about 5 seconds left and made a decision to take the ball up himself instead of passing to Kevin Durant or Klay Thompson, who wanted the ball.

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The Warriors dropped their second game in three tries on Monday night in Los Angeles, as the Clippers pulled out a 121-116 overtime win over the defending champions.

Twitter had some thoughts to the Kevin Durant-Draymond Green exchange and Green's turnover in their loss to LA. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the situation was one of the most volatile exchanges in the Warriors' championship run.

In the fourth quarter of Monday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Golden State Warriors demonstrated what heights they were capable of even without Stephen Curry, and also why they needed the point guard more than any other player to be the Goliath of the National Basketball Association.

Green was forceful in his defense of himself, which helped to escalate the volume and intensity within the room, sources said.