​Kevin Durant and Draymond Green got into a ​verbal altercation late in the fourth quarter of Monday night's game against the Clippers. 


Following a defensive rebound by Green with the score tied at 106, Durant called for the ball in order to get up the final shot of regulation. Rather than dish the ball to one of the best scorers in NBA history, Green decided to dribble the ball up the court and ended up losing possession as time expired. 

Durant and Green were then seen on the sidelines being separated by teammates as they both mouthed what appeared to be expletives. According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the feud between the two stars carried on into the ​Warriors locker room. 

​​It seems that Durant was not the only ​Warriors player who was unhappy with Green's erratic decision making on the final play. Wojnarowski claims that the scene was "described as one of the most intense of this G-State era."


That's certainly unsettling news for the Warriors, as their locker room was reportedly extremely disgruntled. The team went on to lose in overtime, bringing their record to 11-3. 

The reigning champions have been playing without Stephen Curry since the superstar point guard suffered an injury last week. With Curry out the team hasn't looked as sharp as they normally do. 


Things are looking a bit shaky for the Warriors at the moment.