That word was given as the reason Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green was suspended in Game 3 of the first round of the playoffs against the Sacramento Kings,
and it's likely the same logic could apply to the game. In the 111:101 defeat against the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday, he was knocked out twice.
The Grizzlies lost 2-1 in the first round of the Western Conference. Brooks was ejected after hitting LeBron James in the groin earlier in the third quarter.
A little over a year ago, Brooks was suspended for Game 3 of the Western Conference semifinal series against the Warriors for a serious foul on Gary Payton II.
Brooks#039; Grizzlies teammates didn't think he had bad intentions on Saturday and are hoping he'll be available for Game 4 on Monday (9:00 p.m.).M., TNT).
"Honestly, how they treat Dillon, I wouldn't be surprised if he was (suspended)," Grizzlies ranger Ja Morant said. “I heard he was sent off for previous kicks in previous games.
the Kings had a multi-man lead at fullback near the rim, with Green thwarting the game. Or Green's saved against Harrison Barnes and his save against Sabonis on an offensive rebound.
Apparently, he was hit somewhere, which is tough for a man. sure ok One criticism I don't agree with at all.
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