Golden State (11-3) hosts the Hawks (3-10) at 10:30 p.m. ET.
It should be noted that Draymond and Durant have had combustibility with each other before, and that it didn't stop the Warriors from winning the previous two titles.
In any event, this is all very interesting to watch. According to Yahoo Sports' Shams Charania, Draymond Green and Kevin Durant had an argument on the court and Green kept reminding about KD's free agency next summer.
Warriors general manager Bob Myers was set to explain the team's thinking on the suspension at a pregame briefing Tuesday in Oakland.
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The Rams still have MVP candidate Todd Gurley in the backfield, and their two leading receivers, Robert Woods and Brandin Cooks. The Rams responded with a 10-play, 86-yard drive, with Goff throwing a 10-yard touchdown pass to tight end Gerald Everett.
Following Green and Durant's confrontation, the Warriors rallied together and got burned by Lou Williams' 10 points to fall by five in overtime.
"Green repeatedly called Durant "'a b--' after he was called out by the two-time NBA Finals MVP in the huddle for not passing him the ball, sources said.
Some witnesses told Wojnarowski and Spears that the closed-door exchange was one of the most intense of this Warriors era. The organization is of the belief that Green cut too deep in his disagreement with Durant, sources said.
Green was forceful in his defense of himself, which helped to escalate the volume in the room, sources said. Durant had been slapping his hands, calling for the ball. Veteran Shaun Livingston, meanwhile, dismissed the heated exchange as "just team spirit".
"Guys wanted a different outcome than what happened", Livingston was quoted by ESPN as saying "Obviously, Dray had the turnover, guys might have thought they were open or wanted the basketball, didn't get it. But it was good to see some fire, some emotion".