Warriors Player Ejected within Four Minutes for Argument with Referee

Golden State Warriors’ forward Draymond Green was ejected from the game against the Orlando Magic less than four minutes into the first quarter for arguing with a referee. The incident occurred after Green disputed a foul call on teammate Andrew Wiggins and directed profane language towards the official. Despite the Warriors leading 6-4 at the time of Green’s ejection, the team managed to secure a victory thanks in part to a stellar performance by Steph Curry.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr acknowledged that Green deserved the ejection but expressed confidence that he would bounce back. Green’s absence comes at a crucial time for the team as they are in the midst of fighting for a spot in the postseason. Curry emphasized the importance of Green staying on the court for the team’s success.

This is not the first time Green has faced disciplinary action this season, as he previously missed significant time due to a suspension for hitting another player. The Warriors will need Green to maintain his composure moving forward as they continue their push for a playoff berth. Despite the setback, the team remains optimistic about their chances with Green’s continued contributions on the court.

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