Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green faces an indefinite suspension following his third ejection of the season, a flagrant foul against the Phoenix Suns, sparking concern and renewed scrutiny.

Expressing innocence, Green claimed no intent to hit Nurkic, who, in response, voiced worry, stating, “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 unsportsmanlike history and the severity of the incident during the Warriors’ loss to the Suns. Executive Vice President Joe Dumars outlined specific conditions for Green’s return.

NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Green actively seeks help. “Draymond Green, his agent Rich Paul, Mike Dunleavy… They’re going to meet tomorrow and start talking about how Draymond Green’s going to address this going forward, the kind of help he’s going to get, and I’m told he wants to get help to try to keep this from happening again, to handle whatever issues he might have and challenges he might have in his life,” Wojnarowski said, via HoopsHype.