Golden State Warriors’ power forward, Draymond Green, 26, was arrested on Sunday, in East Lansing, Mich.
Green was in Conrad’s Grill, a restaurant in East Lansing, when he assaulted another male patron. It was unspecified how Green assaulted the male but it was “not a shove.” The police were called and there were no injuries. Green was released on a $200 bond the same night.
Draymond’s arraignment is scheduled for July 20, where he faces up to 93 days in jail and a $500 fine.
In statement the Warriors said they were “aware of [the] news” and had no further comment until they had more of the facts.
“At this point, we are collecting information and will have no further comment until we have a better understanding of the situation,” Golden State said.
USA Basketball had no comment as well. Green is scheduled to play for team USA this summer in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
Last season, Green played in 81 games and averaged 14 points, 7.4 assists, and 9.5 rebounds in almost 35 minutes of action per game. Draymond was part of the 2015 championship squad for the Warriors and the 2016 Finals loss to the Cavaliers. Green was suspended for game five of the finals for accumulation of flagrant fouls.
Draymond attended Michigan State for four seasons under Tom Izzo for 2008-2012.