Draymond Green called Kevin Durant a 'b****' multiple times

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Durant, one of the best scorers arguably in National Basketball Association history, was clapping and yelling at Green to pass him the ball.

The organization spent Tuesday dealing with the aftershocks of Monday night's confrontation, while working through the issues involving the team's dynamic, according to league sources. According to Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant had an argument on the court and Green kept reminding about KD's free agency next summer.

Witnesses described the closed-door exchange as one of the most intense of this Warriors era. As a result, Green has been suspended for tonight's game against the Atlanta Hawks without pay.

Prior to the incident, Golden State had mounted a big comeback, which included a 19-5 run to force overtime.

In 12 games this season, Green is averaging 7.5 points, 7.8 rebounds, 7.4 assists and 1.9 steals per game on.462/.240/.667 shooting splits.

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An angry late-game exchange on the bench between Durant and Green carried into the Staples Center's visiting locker room, with several of Green's teammates challenging him on his decision-making on the final play of regulation, sources said. Durant was seen clapping his hands, an apparent call for the ball.

Green was forceful in his defense of himself, which helped to escalate the volume and intensity within the room, sources said.

"Just team spirit", Livingston said.

The Warriors dropped their second game in three tries on Monday night in Los Angeles, as the Clippers pulled out a 121-116 overtime win over the defending champions.

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