Green stays in Game 4 after technical foul fiasco

Massive confusion reigns as Draymond Green is almost ejected after apparent 2nd technical foul

He wasn't. Instead, the referees explained that the first technical foul was actually given to Steve Kerr and the scorer's table mistakenly assigned it to Green. With a coach or trainer, we just verbalize and at that time we should listen to the PA announcer to who it is on.

Afterward, the officials told a pool reporter that they take "full responsibility" for the apparent ejection of Green, which came with chants of "Draymond sucks" and "Hit the road".

Making matters worse was the fact that the third-quarter technical call on Green was a very, very controversial call.

"They make me feel good", Green said of the Cleveland fans.

"When we were there past year I think I looked at him and said: 'Let's just never do this again".

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.

Apparently, Green even contributed to the Cavaliers' record-setting offensive outburst in the first half simply by what he said during the off day. It was apparently assessed on Kerr, which meant that Green, much to everyone's surprise, was not ejected from the game. "We informed the table that it was not his second technical foul".

"We found out at the same time when we called the first technical foul on Draymond Green".

"We have a golden opportunity going home on Monday to close this thing out", Green said. "But still trying to figure out why did I get the second one".

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue was left confused when crew chief Mike Callahan approached him.

With 6:18 left in the period, Green was whistled for a foul on Kevin Love that he wasn't happy with. "I knew he wouldn't do anything to get ejected". I talk to them.

It looks like Cavaliers fans didn't take the 118-113 last minute loss lightly following the NBA Finals Game 3 on Wednesday.

The clarification is becoming increasingly relevant in case of a here-we-go-again extension of this series to seven games.

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