“Just keep doing what I’ve been doing,” Green said. “My team supports me. I went out there, I was still able to get into the gym and do my work. I’m just glad to be back.” Green said he did “not want to talk about” the NBA ruling, giving him and Trevor Ariza a two-game suspensions, but did blame the media coverage for the NBA reaction. “The media blew that up,” Green said. “That’s all I have to say. If it weren’t for the media being there, I would never have got suspended.”
Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for his public criticism of the officials after the Raptors’ 127-125 loss to the Golden State Warriors on Saturday. DeRozan was especially hot about a scramble for a loose ball that went out of bounds next to the Warriors bench. After a video review, Golden State was awarded possession with three seconds left.
Adrian Wojnarowski: The NBA’s investigation into the Clippers-Rockets tomfoolery began late Monday night and continues into today, league sources tell ESPN. There will be no shortage of punished individuals.