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Was the NBA right not to suspend Draymond Green for kicking Steven Adams in the groin? What can we expect from Green and the Warriors and Thunder in general as their series moves forward? Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney discuss.

By Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney
May 23, 2016

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In the latest episode of the Open Floor Podcast, SI.com’s Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney break down the NBA’s decision not to suspend the Warriors’ Draymond Green for his kick to the groin of the Thunder’s Steven Adams in Game 3.

The two hosts begin by analyzing the league’s side of the issue and whether Adam Silver and the NBA are justified in the course of action they took. Golliver and Mahoney then discuss what to expect from Green and the Warriors and Thunder generally as the series moves forward. In what’s been a physical and contentious three games thus far, what does the rest of the Western finals hold?

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