Golden State's Draymond Green faced another ejection on Tuesday night during a game against the Phoenix Suns, further raising concerns about his on-court behavior. In a third-quarter clash with Jusuf Nurkic, Green, known as the 'bad boy' of the Warriors, hit Nurkic in the face while battling for position. This incident comes less than a month after Green's five-game suspension for putting Rudy Gobert in a headlock.
The altercation with Nurkic wasn't as severe, but the NBA may still impose further discipline due to Green's history of unsportsmanlike acts. In a perplexing move, Green, a four-time All-Star, wheeled around and smacked Nurkic after a tangle during their positioning battle.
Nurkic, though initially impacted, remained in the game after the incident. The referees reviewed the play and issued Green a Flagrant 2 foul, resulting in an automatic ejection.
Despite a strong performance from the Warriors' bench, contributing 80 points with notable players like Brandin Podziemski and Moses Moody, Golden State couldn't secure a victory after Green's ejection. The game ended with a loss for the Warriors, highlighting the impact of Green's actions on the team's performance.
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