Did Draymond Green intentionally kick Steven Adams in his groin?
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Did Draymond Green intentionally kick Steven Adams in his groin?

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Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green power kicked Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams ... in the groin during Sunday's Game 3 of the Western Finals. Since the incident, Green has maintained that the kick to the groin was only an accident and that he didn't even see himself kick Adams. 

Did Green intentionally kick Steven Adams in his groin?

It looks that way to many fans and critics of the forward. They aren't buying Green's excuse, and many have called for his suspension. However, some Warriors fans and Green's coach Steve Kerr believe him. As of Monday morning, there are no plans to actually suspend the basketball player before Game 4 on Tuesday night.

What do you think: #GroinKickPurpose or #GroinKickAccident?

THE VOTES ARE IN!
#GroinKickPurpose
42.6%
#GroinKickAccident
57.4%
Look at the kick for yourselves ...
Russell Westbrook isn’t buying that it was an accident.
Many fans are pissed and are calling for Green’s suspension.
Green doesn’t expect suspension because he says it was an accident.
Green's coach agrees (of course) that the kick it was an accident.
And even though many fans and critics are upset, some fans believe Green.
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