Draymond Green of Golden State Warriors suspended after dust-up

LA Clippers hang on to beat Golden State Warriors 121-116 in overtime

LA Clippers hang on to beat Golden State Warriors 121-116 in overtime

"I'm going to keep that in house", Durant said.

Whereas Kerr eschewed his normal demeanor for a more stoic one, the Warriors locker room seemed, well, normal.

Kevin Durant still hadn't spoken to teammate Draymond Green about Monday night's dust-up as of last night.

Green then grabbed a rebound with five seconds remaining and dribbled into a sea of Clippers defenders at midcourt, only to lose the ball and a chance to win in regulation. When Green went after Kerr at halftime of a game in 15-16 in Oklahoma City, he was fined a few thousand dollars. Kerr called the team "emotionally spent" and Durant seemed irritated in his tight-lipped press conference, unwilling to speak about the incident in any detail. "We've got a long season ahead". But it is fair to say that this flare up is a less-than-ideal start to Warriors attempt to recruit him, while it's a best case for LeBron, the Lakers and the rest of the National Basketball Association. "We deal with it - again, internally - so any conversations that are happening or have happened it's our business".

Durant clearly wanted the ball and Green pushed the ball in transition, which led to the turnover and their inability to get off a potential game-winning shot.

Green, a three-time All-Star, was suspended for Tuesday's 110-103 victory over the Hawks for "conduct detrimental to the team", but Durant, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, is sure the team will get it affairs in order.

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Kerr was pleased with how professionally the reigning National Basketball Association champions, who were also without Stephen Curry due to injury, dealt with the situation on Tuesday.

Durant and Green argued on the sideline during a timeout shortly afterward.

Golden State will take this loss but they know in their heart of hearts that their road to a third-straight championship isn't slightly dented by this Monday-night mayhem. "Draw your own conclusions".

"You have to give the ball to Kevin Durant", he said.

The game at Los Angeles marked Green's return from a two-game absence with a sprained right foot and toe.

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