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Draymond Green kicks Steven Adams in the groin


There's no question Draymond Green isn't afraid to get in a tussle with anyone.

With Green's Warriors in a heated series with the Thunder, there's already been some heated exchanges between Green and OKC center Steven Adams, who has already said that Green has reached peak annoyingness.

Well, there aren't many things more annoying than getting kicked in the family jewels, which is what Green did to Adams during Game 3 in Oklahoma City.

Green was assessed with a flagrant-1 foul, but was not ejected for the kick. That doesn't mean he's out of the woods though as the NBA could later determine it was intentional enough to warrant a one-game suspension, similar to what occurred with Cavaliers guard Dahntay Jones in for his groin shot on Bismack Biyombo at the end of Saturday’s 99–84 Game 3 loss to the Raptors.

I doubt Green would purposefully kick anyone there with the risk of being ejected and possibly suspended coming into play, but then again, Adams has been known to get under opponent's skin as good as anyone.

Still, we'll give Green the benefit of the doubt here, at least in terms of still having both family jewels in place, something we can't confidently say for Adams.