Draymond Green does not want Anthony Davis of the Lakers to be suspended for a blow delivered to Jae Crowder of the Heat in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Taking to Twitter, the Golden State Warrior star made it clear he didn’t think Davis needed to be suspended and that he wanted the championship to be decided on the floor.

Draymond Green knows a thing or two about suspensions affecting the course of the Finals. In 2016 he was suspended for Game 5 of the Finals after getting his fourth flagrant foul called on him in the playoffs. This would lead to the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers winning Game 5, and eventually the series. Many believed Green’s missed game was a turning point in the series.

The potential of a suspension stems from Davis’ hit on Heat wing Jae Crowder. The NBA has stated that after reviewing previously unseen angles of the incident, it will not suspend the seven-time All Star, according to Kurt Helin of NBC Sports. Draymond Green approves of this decision.

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I’ve been able to view other angles of the incident (which are not public) — particularly the baseline camera angle — and from those angles Davis catches Crowder more in the neck and pushes him, it’s not a punch. It should have been a common foul in my view, but from those angles you could even debate if it’s a foul.

The NBA reviews all footage from every game for this type of incident. Sources told NBC Sports that after the review of all angles, the contact was not considered worthy of a flagrant.

The Lakers and Heat will face off in Game 6 Sunday night. Draymond Green will be watching.

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