A Day That Will Live in Infamy

Posted in Golden (State) Years on June 12th, 2016 by bill

Today the NBA announced that Draymond Green had retroactively been assessed a technical foul for his dustup with LeBron James in Friday’s Game 4 of the NBA Finals. In case you missed it, it looked something like this:

How bad a decision is this? So bad I find myself agreeing with Stephen A. Smith.

One explanation is that it’s a makeup call for Draymond’s non-suspension in the Steven Adams incident in the Conference Finals. He probably should have been suspended for that one — and it would have made no difference, as Draymond played horribly in the next game and the Warriors lost badly. They could only have been better off without him.
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