Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green faces yet another suspension, this time indefinitely, after being ejected during a game against the Phoenix Suns for a flagrant foul on Jusuf Nurkic.

Officials issued a swift flagrant-2, leading to Green’s third-quarter exit and prompting renewed scrutiny of his on-court behavior.

In a postgame press conference, Green, who recently served a five-game suspension for a chokehold incident involving Rudy Gobert, claimed innocence, stating he didn’t intend to hit Nurkic.

Expressing concern about Green’s actions, Nurkic remarked, “What’s going on with him? I don’t know. Personally, I feel like that brother needs help.”

The NBA officially announced the suspension, citing Green’s repeated history of unsportsmanlike acts and the incident’s severity.

In response to the suspension, Joe Dumars, Executive Vice President, Head of Basketball Operations, stated, “Green will be required to meet certain league and team conditions before he returns to play.”

The indefinite suspension further intensifies the spotlight on Green’s on-court conduct and its impact on the Warriors’ season.