Officials explain Draymond Green technical foul mishap

Clyde Nash
June 13, 2017

Mary Babers-Green was drawn into what appeared to be a confrontation with Cavaliers fans in the stands after the game on Wednesday night.

"It happens every year", Green said. "They don't seem to be the sharpest people around".

Officials John Goble and Mike Callahan explained that they weren't listening to the PA announcer well enough, but hopefully for National Basketball Association fans they'll have their ears open for Game 5 on Monday in Oakland.

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However, after a long period of on-court confusion, it was determined that Green was not assessed a tech in the first quarter to begin with. In the box score, Green was listed with one technical foul heading into the second half.

Goble said he thought he had verbalized to the table that the initial technical was on Kerr, but said after watching the video that he should have done a better job with that.

Because the officials did not call the technical on Draymond, it allowed him to remain in the game. "At that time, we did not do a very good job of listening to the PA announcer and we did not hear him announce it". LeBron James and Cleveland, looking down a.

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Prior to a 3-0 Golden State Warriors start to these NBA Finals, much has been made about a lack of parity between teams in the league and the consequent sweep of the Western Conference Finals to get to where they are.

Listen, even as a Warriors fan, this is some really bad looks for the National Basketball Association.

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