Warriors video: Draymond Green makes history for first ejection in Chase Center
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Warriors’ Draymond Green makes history with first ejection in Chase Center

Draymond Green, Warriors

In just his first game back from a finger injury, Draymond Green is already setting unflattering records in the Golden State Warriors’ new arena.

Green has become the first player to receive a technical foul and the first one one to get ejected in Chase Center history, per Anthony Slater.

At the eight-minute mark of the fourth quarter in the Warriors’ hosting of the Utah Jazz, Green fell flat on his back after absorbing contact from Mike Conley.

Believing he established good position for a charge, an angered Green charged at the officials when he was called for a blocking foul.

He had some unsavory words for the referee and was warranted with an ejection. The Warriors were down by 13 points at the time of the ejection and they would go on to lose, 122-108 — their ninth defeat in 11 games. He missed the team’s last five games due to torn ligaments on his finger.

Green had four points, seven rebounds, and four assists in 22 minutes of action.

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