Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

Unlike previous year, the Warriors will head into Game 5, another potential closeout, with their gritty forward available. The Warriors lead the Cavaliers 3-1 in the series. After calling out the refs for losing control of the game, Mary retweeted someone who said Game 4 was "absolutely rigged for money".

Needless to say, Green was not afraid to call out the referees and overall game officiating that got out of hand. "It's like, 'Whoa.' You remember what can be, what can happen". 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. "We had a objective and we cut down some of our mistakes we have been making those first three games and were able to play well".

Golden State Warriors All-Star Draymond Green was assessed a technical foul for a reaction to a referee's call, and at the time, the entire National Basketball Association world assumed that he was ejected from the game.

He won't be winning a popularity contest with Cavaliers fans anytime soon after referring to them as "just rude" on Thursday.

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Myers chose to stay with Green as he sat out that game last June.

Warriors star Kevin Durant and Cavaliers star LeBron James were each charged with technical fouls with 7:26 left in the third quarter after jawing with each other near the scorer's table during a break in play. And look, he hasn't lost any of the intensity and he hasn't lost his edge. And he's really been able to do that. If you come to the game chanting my name, you're at home thinking about me.

"I don't pay much attention to anybody in Cleveland", he said, responding to a reporter's question after the game.

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. "So shout out to them for the love". I asked them and they told me to keep playing.

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But that was in Cleveland.

It turned out that the first technical that had been called on Green - which came at 1:55 of the first quarter, after Green had reacted to a foul called on him by referee John Goble for elbowing Iman Shumpert in the face following a jump ball - was, at least according to Goble, not actually called on Green in the first place.

"Some things just never change, right?"

"It would be very satisfying to do that", Green said. "He's confining his intensity in a more narrow lane, meaning sometimes he would spill over in areas".

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"Thank God I get to play in Game 5", Green said.

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