Just before midnight, the NBA's communications account sent out a tweet.
I had to make sure twice that it wasn't a fake account. Suspended? On Tuesday, radio, TV, and podcasts talked about what Green did at the end of Game 2 when Sacramento beat Golden State.
Domantas Sabonis, the Kings' center, grabbed his ankle. In response, he stomped on Sabonis's stomach and then jumped off it like Super Mario. This got him thrown out of the game. Even that wasn't clear. A suspension is worse.
Suspended? Really? What a relief that Sabonis made it through the trouble. Sabonis, a 7'1", 240-pound mountain of a man, writhed on the floor after starting the fight by holding on to Green as he tried to take off in transition.
Oscar De La Hoya looked less hurt after Bernard Hopkins hit his liver. Mike Tyson took longer to get up than Trevor Berbick. ESPN said that Sabonis would get an X-ray after the game to check for broken ribs.
The Kings said on Wednesday that Sabonis might not be able to play in Game 3 because he has a "sternum contusion." No one knows if an MRI was done to look for injuries inside the body.