Draymond Green missed Game 3 of the first round series between the Warriors and Kings after he was suspended for stomping on Domantas Sabonis.
76ers head coach Doc Rivers thinks the NBA is setting a very dangerous precedent because the league suspended the player who retaliated and the one who instigated.
“I didn’t think Draymond should have been suspended, and I think the league is setting up a very dangerous precedent right now,” Rivers said, via Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
“This is not me campaigning, and I’m dead serious. And I said it kind of yesterday before. I wish I said it louder. But if we are going to start punishing the retaliators and not the instigators, then we got a problem in this league.”