Draymond Green receives 'second' technical foul but isn't ejected

Posted June 13, 2017

When Draymond Green was assessed a technical foul in the third quarter of Game 4 of the NBA Finals but not ejected from the game Friday night, conspiracy theorists pounced. See below. The second technical foul would have led to Green's ejection from the game. Even Kerr himself thought the first tech was on Green, but Kerr did say he believed he should've been the recipient.

If the Warriors want to catch up, they can ill-afford Green to be in a technical foul predicament. So when Green was T'd up "again" in the third quarter, the assumption was that he was ejected.

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"I thought they called it on Draymond", Kerr said. But then, out of nowhere, the officials changed the first tech to Steve Kerr, saying it had been that way all along. "With a coach or trainer, we just verbalize and at that time we should listen to the PA announcer to who it is on", Callahan said.

On Thursday, the Golden State Warriors forward called out the Quicken Loans Arena faithful after video surfaced of his mother, Mary Babers-Green, getting into a heated altercation with a fan and security immediately following Game 3.

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The first half tech just got changed from Draymond Green to Steve Kerr and is now on DeMarcus Cousins.

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