Warriors' Draymond Green Might Be Suspended For His Low Blow In Game 3
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green's knee connected with Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams' groin. Green says it was an accident.By Matt Moreno | May 23, 2016
The Golden State Warriors could be without one of their best defensive players for game four of the Western Conference Finals after Draymond Green delivered a swift kick to Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams' groin.
It happened in the second quarter of Golden State's loss to OKC. Green was driving to the net when Adams appeared to foul him. Green, in the same motion, either intentionally or unintentionally raised his leg up and hit Adams in a not-so-great area.
"I followed through on the shot. I'm not trying to kick someone in the midsection. I'm sure he wants to have kids someday. I'm not trying to end that on the basketball court. That doesn't make sense," Green told reporters after the game.