After Draymond Green got suspended for one game on Sunday for hitting LeBron James in the groin in Game 4, there has been a lot of criticism against the NBA's suspension. Andrew Bogut believes that the main driving force behind Green's suspension was in fact the Cleveland Cavaliers' management.

According to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, Bout stated on Sunday:

“There's a strategy outside the court with coaches and GMs and all that kind of stuff. They played their strategy very, very well. They did what they had to do and they got one of our guys out.”

Andrew Bogut also went on to say how he believes the Cavs complain way too much:

“I've never heard a team complain about officiating when they shoot more free throws over the course of four games. I could be bad at math, but typically that means they're getting more calls than us.”

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