Draymond Green was seemingly ejected in the third quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' 137-116 Game 4 victory after picking up what most people thought was his second technical foul of the night. They quite literally changed the tech from Draymond to Kerr, but only after (stupidly) assessing a tech to Draymond on a meaningless, harmless play. The technical foul was a weak one, and probably shouldn't have been called, but it was.
"Yeah, they're fine. It happens every year".
But Green stood stoically on the floor, then egged on the crowd to raise the decibel level of their jeers toward him.
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Officials John Goble and Mike Callahan explained that they weren't listening to the PA announcer well enough, but hopefully for National Basketball Association fans they'll have their ears open for Game 5 on Monday in Oakland.
The box was changed after the third quarter to indicate Kerr had received the first technical. "So I knew I didn't have a technical foul, but still trying to figure out why did I get the second one".
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.