Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors is in the spotlight again and not for good reasons.
He was ejected from Monday night’s game after stomping on Domantas Sabonis of the Sacramento Kings.
The status of the Warriors was already in a weird place and Green’s future with the team was being questioned by some.
Did his ejection on Monday night affect all of that?
Speaking on Monday morning, NBA analyst Alan Hahn thinks that Green’s time with the Warriors is coming to an end.
“When their season is over, I think this is the end,” Hahn said on Get Up.
.@alanhahn says this is the last year of Draymond Green in a Warriors' uniform 🤯
"When their season is over, I think this is the end." pic.twitter.com/tIF24vPPbE
— Get Up (@GetUpESPN) April 18, 2023
All season long, people have been wondering what is next for Green and his Warriors.
This is the only team he’s ever known since joining the league during the 2012-13 season.
He is currently hoping that the team will offer him a new deal but there are many who don’t think that will happen.
There was serious doubt cast on his relationship with the squad after a tape of him punching Jordan Poole leaked and made headlines in the summer.
Would the team really recommit to him after that?
This latest incident with Sabonis again shows how much controversy Green can bring, whether he was right or not.
It could be another reason that the front office decides to cut ties.
Of course, all of this comes on top of a very rough season for the defending champions.
There was already a chance that they’d want to shake up the roster even without Green’s troubles.
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