Draymond Green wasn't ejected from Game 4 of the NBA Finals despite receiving two technical fouls.
I want nothing more than for the Warriors to win this game and sweep, but if Draymond Green somehow hits the game-winning shot, after narrowly avoiding getting tossed - from techs on two questionable calls that will be scrutinized like the Zapruder film in the coming days - National Basketball Association fans are going to have a hard time laying off that "asterisk" talk. "So I knew I didn't have a technical foul, but still trying to figure out why did I get the second one". The refs said that when the first tech occurred they told the scorers' table it was a personal foul and the technical foul was on Kerr, which is supported by the play by play, if not the score sheet.
"Yeah, they're fine. It happens every year". So when Green was T'd up "again" in the third quarter, the assumption was that he was ejected.
Kerr said he thought the first technical was called on Green - though said he thought he deserved it - and believed his power forward was going to have to leave the floor when the one was called in the third quarter.
Green scored eight points with eight rebounds and seven assists as Golden State rallied for a 118-113 win in Game 3 Wednesday at Cleveland to take a 3-0 lead in the series.