Draymond Green was ejected from the game between the Cavaliers and Warriors in controversial fashion.
The Golden State Warriors lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers 118-110 on Saturday night, but the biggest talking point afterward was Draymond Green's ejection.
Green was assessed a second technical foul retroactively in the third quarter, after an altercation with Donovan Mitchell.
This all kickstarted with Green pushing Mitchell in the back, sending the Cavaliers guard into the front row.
The officials didn't call a foul for it and an annoyed Mitchell ran into Green in retaliation for that earlier push.
As the officials looked into whether Mitchell had committed a flagrant foul, they also went back and checked the push.
They declared it was just a common foul from Donovan, but deemed that the push merited a technical.
It meant that Green, who had received a technical in the first half for arguing with an official, was ejected for the first time this season.