Here's What Happened With Draymond Green's Technical Situation

Posted June 12, 2017

The Warriors will try to sweep Cleveland and win the National Basketball Association title for the second time in three years in Game 4 at 9 p.m. Friday at Cleveland. The Warriors lost the last three games of the series.

CableTV.com, which often releases maps that show what various state are searching for, found Utah's most-searched player by way of Google Trends is none other than Draymond Green of the Warriors. "I think it was that we played a desperate team on their home floor, a great team, with great players, and they came out and handed it to us".

"I love the vibe we had in the locker room after the game, understanding what we need to do differently to play better, to have a better first punch in that first six minutes, to play with more force and aggressiveness and physicality". In both Game 3 and Game 4, the crowd waited for Green to lose his cool. But if northern OH residents are smart enough to winter elsewhere and welcome back LeBron James, they also realize these Warriors aren't last year's Warriors.

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Draymond Green has been showered with boos and chants in every road arena in the National Basketball Association this season, but none is more intently passionate than Quicken Loans Arena, which will not hesitate to let the Golden State Warriors forward hear it every chance it's given. "My goodness. It's insane to think that he thought it was my second technical foul and I would get a technical foul for that".

"I didn't get one", Green said.

Curry's situation didn't involve actual fans, but she tweeted her grievances about how the Warriors family bus was not let into the arena until Game 6 of the 2016 finals started. "They don't just lay down and die", Durant said. I asked them and they told me to keep playing.

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"We knew they were going to come out and fight". Green was initially announced as being ejected, as that would have marked his second technical foul after he appeared to have been charged with one in the first half for arguing with officials after being called for a personal foul. Can't be ejected when you never got a tech in the first place, right?

"Maybe more measured", Myers said, comparing Green from past year to now.

"No, I feel this is the game we've got to get", he said, "or it's over".

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