Sooooo, Draymond Green was seemingly just ejected after receiving his second technical foul of the game.
Green reaches in from behind to contest the pass and bumps Love, and the whistle is blown. I asked them and they told me to keep playing.
Dahntay Jones's beef with Draymond Green extends back to when the Warriors' primary nemesis was the Clippers.
The Cavs flew to Oakland on Saturday afternoon where they'll face the Warriors on Monday night for Game 5. The officials lost control of the game, which featured at least one uncalled groin shot and a bunch of other blows.
Ayesha Curry, Steph Curry's wife, was candid on Twitter all throughout the series previous year concerning the Cavaliers and how the National Basketball Association officials were handling the game.
They are the first in National Basketball Association history to win their first 15 postseason games. "In the moment, I thought I had verbalized to the table that the technical foul was on Coach Kerr. But he knows that".
Midway through the 3rd quarter, Draymond Green was called for a technical foul after disagreeing with a personal-foul call and expressing his disapproval by waving his arm at an official. Cleveland people ain't that sharp!
So, which one wasn't a technical on Green? If he truly had two, he'd be at five - two away from the automatic suspension that's triggered by the seventh technical of the playoffs.
"The procedure is to advise the table who the technical foul is on and with the player we give a number". This series could be tied 2-2 but the Cavaliers went scoreless the last 3:08 in Game 3 after leading by six.
"So our mindset is to try and go up there and get one, which is probably one of the toughest environments we have in this league, along with our building". "I knew he wouldn't do anything to get ejected".
Earned or cheapies, technical are the sorts of storylines Green is writing now, after he had masterfully scripted a narrative of better behavior brought on by a desire for redemption.More news: This 'bot' formats Trump's tweets as White House statements
You haven't been getting more agitated as the series ramps up?
Game 4 Friday was a physically demanding, emotionally draining 48-minute exercise that took almost three hours.
"We felt great about past year, up 3-1", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. But the specific thrust of her complaints-that the balance of the officiating's fracklenackling tilted in favor of the Cavaliers, and with the objective of extending the series-is a tough case to make.
"My mom can hold her own", Green said. But then you add, of course, some chatter in there, and that adds some extra motivation.
"Not something I'm thinking about or any of us is thinking about", Kerr said. Just having my emotions in place than I've ever felt. The sellout Cavs crowd celebrated. "So it would be a great feeling".
Ayesha Curry took to social media and triggered a social media storm. But I thought I heard the PA announcer say the first was on Draymond.
Mary Babers is right about this much: The refs last night were, in fact, fracklenackle bull. Green's engine should drive the Warriors to victory.
Green scored eight points with eight rebounds and seven assists as Golden State rallied for a 118-113 win in Game 3 Wednesday at Cleveland to take a 3-0 lead in the series.
"No, they got us where they want us", LeBron James said. At the end of the day, we didn't expect them to lay down. But we were up 3-0 [this year].
"It was a little different".
"Thank God I get to play in Game 5", Green said.