Warriors’ Green could face discipline after flagrant foul

Ponca City Now - May 23, 2016 8:48 am

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Thunder aren’t sure whether Draymond Green intentionally targeted Steven Adams’ groin area on Sunday night — but they do know they don’t appreciate it.

Green says he was just gathering himself after a foul by Adams when he kicked Oklahoma City’s center in the groin, and he feels the Flagrant 1 foul he was called for in Sunday night’s Game 3 should be rescinded. Green also kneed Adams in the same area in Game 2, with the NBA to review the latest incident today.

Adams afterward noted that Green was "pretty accurate," but didn’t retaliate.

The Warriors could go into Tuesday’s Game 4 without their All-Star forward if the NBA hits Green with a suspension.


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