Kevin Durant And Draymond Green’s Bench Dust-Up Continued Into The Locker Room

Curry out at least 2 more games Green Livingston back

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Draymond Green is being suspended by the Golden State Warriors for the team's game against Atlanta on Tuesday night following his verbal altercation with teammate Kevin Durant on Monday.

Today, Yahoo Sports' Chris Haynes reported that Green called Durant a "bitch" repeatedly.

It should be noted that Draymond and Durant have had combustibility with each other before, and that it didn't stop the Warriors from winning the previous two titles.

In one of the more freakish stories in this era of Warriors basketball, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant got into a heated discussion after a late-game turnover cost the Warriors a shot at winning in regulation.

In any event, this is all very interesting to watch.

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

The organization spent Tuesday dealing with the aftershocks of Monday night's confrontation, while working through the issues involving the team's dynamic, according to league sources.

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Despite Durant's pleading, Green dribbled the length of the court for a would-be last shot and promptly lost control of the ball as time expired.

Witnesses described the closed-door exchange as one of the most intense of this Warriors era. Durant had been slapping his hands, calling for the ball.

With the score tied at 106 and four seconds remaining in regulation, Green beat Durant to a defensive rebound to reclaim possession.

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

"Just team spirit", Livingston said.

"Guys wanted a different outcome than what happened", Livingston said.

"Obviously, Dray had the turnover".

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