Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green leads the team with seven technical fouls after receiving one in their Christmas Day loss to the Cavs, but Green says he's not changing and that the league and referees need to "figure it out."
"I don't know what else I can watch," Green said. "I don't really talk to them [referees] much anymore. So no. I don't know what else to watch at this point. Just continue to be me. If I get the tech, so be it. Continue to be me.
"Change my approach from what? I don't know what other approach to take than walking toward the bench. Like, there's no other approach to take than that. I'm going to continue to be the only person I know how to be. And that's me. There's a lot of guys who get home at night and they're exhausted from acting all day.
"I only know how to be Draymond. That's who I've been my entire life, that's who I'll continue to be. I won't be exhausted from acting when I get home. That ain't going to work for me. I won't change my approach for anything. There's no point."
NBA players are automatically suspended for a game once they get 16 technical fouls for the season. After that, a player will receive a one game suspension for every two technical fouls.
Green is averaging 10.7 points, 8.6 rebounds and 7.4 assists per game this season.
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