Shams Charania of The Athletic says that Draymond Green is not likely to be banned for Game 3 of the first-round series between the Golden State Warriors and the Sacramento Kings.
He is likely to be fined, though, because of something that happened in the fourth quarter of Golden State's loss in Game 2.
This season, he was banned in March after getting his 16th technical foul, which means he had to miss a game.
Every view of the incident makes Green appear worse, and everyone has been waiting patiently for the sentence to be handed out.
Green was also kicked out of the first game of Golden State's series against the Memphis Grizzlies last year because he fouled Brandon Clarke while he was trying to make a shot.
He has been kicked out of 12 playoff games because he fouled out.
The Kings now have a 2-0 lead in this series, and even with Green on the court for Game 3, it will be hard for the Warriors to win.
Green is going to be in the Hall of Fame, and he was a key part of the Warriors' most successful run in their history.
However, due to his age, style limitations, salary demands, and a string of scandals,
Now, you might start to wonder how long the Warriors will want to keep him around in the future.