Golden State Green receives severe punishment for indefinite suspension for ‘punching’ opponent player in the face

National Basketball Association (NBA) Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green (33) was suspended indefinitely by the NBA office for frequent violent behavior on the court.

The NBA Secretariat announced on the 14th (Korean time), “Green was suspended indefinitely for striking opposing player Yusuf Nurkic in the face during the game against Phoenix held the previous day.”

Green was immediately sent off for hitting Nurkic in the face during a game against the Phoenix Suns on the 13th.

Green said after the game, “I apologize because I did not intend to hit Nurkic,” but he could not avoid disciplinary action.

This is not the first time Green has been ejected for unsportsmanlike conduct during a game. 카지노사이트랭크

On the 16th of last month, Green received a five-game suspension for choking opposing center Rudy Gobert during a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Including the previous game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, he was ejected three times this season alone. He set a disgraceful record for the most ejections in a season.

Green is notorious for being a player who causes damage due to his inability to control his emotions. Prior to his last season, he caused a stir by assaulting his teammate Jordan Poole during training camp.

The NBA Secretariat revealed the reason for imposing the heavy disciplinary action, saying, “We took Green’s history of repeated unsportsmanlike conduct into consideration.”

ESPN explained, “The Golden State team and Green’s agent will discuss counseling and support routes to help Green move to a better place.” 고스톱

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