Draymond Green has reached a plea deal after facing assault charges from an incident on July 10.
Draymond Green stated during a recent interview that he would, "sacrifice everything for championships."
Draymond Green said he believes the legal issues stemming from Sunday's arrest will be resolved "really quickly."
The East Lansing Police Department confirmed that Draymond Green was arrested for assault on Sunday.
Draymond Green will play for Team USA during the Olympics.
Draymond Green was phenomenal during the Warriors' brutal Game 7 loss on Sunday, pouring in 32 points on 11-of-15 shooting (6-of-8 from deep) with 15 rebounds, nine assists and two steals in 47 minutes.
Draymond Green scored eight points with 10 rebounds, six assists, one steal, one block and one turnover in 41 minutes against the Cavs on Thursday.
The Cavaliers lobbied for Draymond Green to be suspended for two games, according to Zach Lowe of ESPN.
Draymond Green said that he'll continue to play his game, but vowed to be more "composed" during Game 6.
Draymond Green was "hurting" watching the Game 5 loss on Monday, according to ESPN's Marc Spears.
Draymond Green is expected to watch Game 5 of the NBA Finals at O.Co Coliseum, a source told ESPN's Marc J. Spears.
Draymond Green is reportedly "pushing hard" to watch Game 5 inside Oracle Arena, despite the suspension barring him from attending.
Draymond Green has been assessed a Flagrant Foul 1 for his actions during Game 4 and will be suspended for Monday's Game 5 of the Finals against the Cavs.
There is growing concern in the Warriors camp that Draymond Green could be suspended for Game 5 after his incident with LeBron James on Friday, according to Marc Spears of ESPN.