Warriors' Green will be on the court for this Finals Game 5

As if Draymond Green didn't have enough enemies in Cleveland, he certainly added a few more after uttering some choice comments in the direction of Cavaliers supporters. That gave him an accumulation of flagrant foul points and forced him to sit out Game 5 as the Warriors lost their chance to clinch the series, and they eventually fell in seven games.

He also has no problem taking on opposing fans, happily embracing the role of the player everyone loves to hate - so long as they aren't fans of the Warriors. He slapped his hand in disgust and walked to the corner of the court near the Warriors bench.

The technical foul was Green's fourth of the playoffs. Everyone thought he'd been ejected.

His technicals - the one called and the one that wasn't - overshadowed his shooting and rebounding. The announcer said he was gone. According to Lowe, Green sat in his vehicle in the parking lot at Oracle Arena and made two phone calls.

So what happened? Apparently the first technical was actually on Steve Kerr.

It tells me that they all knew Draymond had just received his second technical foul. But I thought I heard the PA announcer say the first was on Draymond. "So then I thought the second one, Draymond was going to get kicked out, but they explained that the first one was on me".

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"It seemed like in the third quarter, the game was stopping every time".

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue was left confused when crew chief Mike Callahan approached him.

All eyes will be on the National Basketball Association as they will no doubt try and explain their way out of what was one of the most freaky decisions in an National Basketball Association finals game.

Green was given a weak technical foul in the second half and thought he had been ejected before the officials corrected the mistake on the first-half technical at the scorers' table. "I knew I didn't have a technical foul". The Warriors lead the Cavaliers 3-1 in the series.

"We have a golden opportunity going home on Monday to close this thing out", Green said. "I know officiating is tough, and but when you go review situations, they usually get it right".

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