Draymond Green, Bradley Beal get in scuffle, both get ejected

Rosalie Stanley
October 30, 2017

Wizards guard Bradley Beal initiated the incident by grabbing Warriors forward Draymond Green around the neck. Morris is still recovering from the sports hernia surgery he underwent in September, while Felix has yet to play for Washington after earning the team's final roster spot. Green, who continued the incident by confronting Beal and failing to disengage from him, was ejected for fighting, and has been fined $25,000, the National Basketball Association announced. Green has a long history of this type of behavior, especially when it comes to lashing out at star players of the other team. Draymond was the one who was attacked in the first place.

Markieff Morris and Carrick Felix stepped off the bench, which is typically an automatic one-game suspension from the league.

Draymond Green, the Golden State Warriors' talented but volatile power forward, chose to take some frustration out on the Washington Wizards. Kerr disputed the call and argued that Green only should have been called for a delay of game after asking, "What am I supposed to do?"

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A report by ESPN quoted Draymond Green as he left the locker room at halftime. "How am I supposed to post up?" He reportedly stated that he "needs to show better leadership and control".

Unfortunately for the Wizards the brawl seemed to spark the Warriors into life as they came from 14 down at the half to win 120-117. The Clippers have been playing spectacular defense, allowing just 91.8 points per game while scoring an average of 111 points on offense.

Washington will be on the road at Sacramento on Sunday while Golden State will host the Detroit Pistons at Oracle Arena.

Other reports by Guamnewswatch

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