Warriors forward Draymond Green just served a one-game suspension for his accumulation of four flagrant foul points.
But he's not out of the woods, yet. The suspension doesn't reset his points total.
According to NBA rules, if Green commits a Flagrant 1 foul in Game 6 of the NBA Finals at Cleveland on Thursday, that would result in an automatic one-game suspension for Game 7 on Sunday at Oracle Arena. A Flagrant 2 foul would get him a two-game suspension, which would spill over to the 2016-17 season opener.
Green scored his first flagrant foul point for throwing Houston's Michael Beasley to the floor in Game 3 of the first round of the playoffs. Green was not called for a foul during the game, but the league hit him with the flagrant after a video review.
In Game 3 of the Western Conference finals against Oklahoma City, Green's kick to Steven Adams' crotch was called a Flagrant 1 during the game, but upgraded to a Flagrant 2 (a two-point infraction) after review.
Green's latest flagrant was for taking a swing at LeBron James' crotch in Game 4 of the Finals. It was retroactively assessed on a play on which no foul was called.
Three of the four points Green has compiled came from the NBA office after video review and interviews one day after the games.
Green is also on technical foul watch. He has five for the playoffs and is two short of an automatic suspension. So if Green were to get two technicals in Game 6, he would be suspended for Game 7.
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