Green failed to get a shot off before the final buzzer.
As he dribbled over the half court line, it became clear that Green had no real plan on what he was going to do with the ball.
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has shrugged off his heated verbal altercation with Draymond Green, determined to keep the incident "in house".
@stephenasmith on ESPN radio just now: "its either the NY Knicks or the Lakers for KD next summer, and im hearing the Lakers are the front runners". After the situation had settled, it resulted in the Warriors opting to hand down a one-game suspension to Green for his role, meaning he'll miss Tuesday's game. We've got your back.
"As both Yahoo Sports" Chris B. Haynes and Thompson both reported, Green called Durant a "b--" multiple times. The words do look a lot like "that's why I'm out", but we'll leave that for you to decide. And Durant has said he doesn't want to be recruited.
The Warriors (12-3) still hold the West's best record and bounced back with a 110-103 win over the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night in which Durant had 29 points.
Durant has won two championships since signing with the Warriors.
"I believe totally what Steve Kerr says is that the team are just focussed on winning a third straight title".
Durant has remained tight-lipped regarding his impending free agency decision, but has admitted he will not be taking another cut-price deal. Could Durant team up with LeBron James in Los Angeles to form a super power?