Draymond Green suspended indefinitely for striking Jusuf Nurkic 

Draymond Green, a key player for the Golden State Warriors, has been suspended indefinitely for striking Jusuf Nurkić, the center of the Phoenix Suns, after his team's loss to the Suns by a score of 119-116 on December 12.

According to Wojnarowski and Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, Green is anticipated to undergo counseling as a component of the requirements that must be met before he would be permitted to return to the court: 

This information comes from Chris Haynes of Bleacher Report, who reports that Green will be permitted to participate in team practices while he is suspended. 

The final consequences of the ban were detailed by Bobby Marks of ESPN. Green was judged to have committed a flagrant two foul and was subsequently dismissed from the game during the third quarter.  

This occurred when Green swung his right arm and smacked Nurkić in the face.  

Immediately following the game, the four-time All-Star expressed his regret and stated that the blow was an accident. 

"I am not one to apologize for things I mean to do, but I do apologize to Jusuf because I didn't intend to hit him," according to his statement to media. "I sell calls with my arms ... so I was selling the call ... and I swung and unfortunately I hit him."

It is generally agreed upon by all of us that I will continue to be myself regardless of the circumstances. It is not going to be different," he reiterated to the pre

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