The fight Monday night between the two star Warriors forwards, Green and Kevin Durant, extended not just to the sideline but to the locker room in a blowup that witnesses told ESPN was one of the most intense of this Super-Warriors era.
Green rebounded the ball with about 5 seconds left and chose to take the ball up himself instead of passing to Kevin Durant or Klay Thompson, who wanted the ball.
With Steph Curry sitting out for an indefinite period of time, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr is going to look to Kevin Durant to take on more of the ball handling and decision-making responsibilities.
In case you missed it - Green and KD got into a heated exchange at the end of regulation during Monday's loss to the Clippers, after Green dribbled away the final possession of the fourth quarter without getting a shot up.
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Durant finished with a triple-double, scoring 33 points with 11 rebounds and 10 assists before fouling out with 3:45 left in overtime.
None of the Warriors' stars on the floor had a game totally out of the ordinary, and yet, the NBA's top team still fell to a Clippers squad with a combined zero career All-Star selections.
The Warriors were held to 20 points in the third when they were outscored by six.
The Clippers shot 60 per cent and led 64-61 at halftime.