The fourth-quarter spat between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green reportedly continued in the locker room following the Golden State Warriors’ overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night.
The two stars got into it after Green elected to dribble through traffic in the remaining seconds of a tie game rather than pass to Durant, who could be seen calling for the ball.
Golden State ultimately would lose 121-116, and according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, emotions still were high in the Warriors’ locker room.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski had the scene of the altercation described to him, and it’s certainly not a good look for Golden State.
This isn’t the first time Durant and Green have gone at one another, as the two had an animated exchange during a 2017 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies.
The Warriors will need to rebound quickly and put this all behind them as they play host to the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday night, but they will need to do it without Green, who was suspended for the game due to his actions.