Durant was visibly upset when Green gathered a defensive rebound in the final moments of a tie game and dribbled the ball up the court before losing control without a shot.
On Tuesday morning, the team was working to resolve the issues between Green, Durant and the rest of the team.
An angry late-game exchange on the bench between Durant and Green carried into the Staples Center's visiting locker room, with several of Green's teammates challenging him on his decision-making on the final play of regulation, sources said.
Following Green and Durant's confrontation, the Warriors rallied together and got burned by Lou Williams' 10 points to fall by five in overtime. Scene described as one of most intense of this G-State era.
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The Warriors fell on the road to the Clippers in overtime 121-116 last night and Golden State just couldn't seem to get it together after regulation.
In the fourth quarter of Monday's game against the Los Angeles Clippers, the Golden State Warriors demonstrated what heights they were capable of even without Stephen Curry, and also why they needed the point guard more than any other player to be the Goliath of the National Basketball Association. Green reportedly called out Durant for his impending free agency and was suspended for "conduct detrimental to the team".
"Klay Thompson, who is typically reserved, spoke up in the locker room to the surprise of his teammates about the altercation and stressed the importance of sticking together, sources said". He also emphasized that things like this happen all the time. Durant was seen clapping his hands, an apparent call for the ball.