NBA Headlines: Warriors suspend Draymond Green, Caris LeVert injury update, more

Draymond Green, Jimmy Butler, and others are among the major NBA stories on Tuesday, November 13.

The NBA drama seems to have subsided for the Minnesota Timberwolves, but it is picking up for the Golden State Warriors. A recent spat involving Draymond Green and Kevin Durant [VIDEO] is among the major NBA stories, right now. Also, Jimmy Buckets is ready to get started in Philly, there may be good news for the Nets' Caris LeVert, and more.


Warriors suspend Draymond Green

In Monday night's loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, the big story was between two of the Warriors' stars. Kevin Durant was irked that Green kept the ball in the final seconds of regulation. It led to a blowup between the two on the sidelines and then back in the locker room. A day later, the Warriors decided to suspend Green for the game versus Atlanta, with no pay. Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) mentioned on Twitter that the suspension will cost Green $120,480.


Jimmy Butler arrives to Philadelphia

Jimmy Buckets is officially in the City of Brotherly Love. Fans are loving it too, as Butler finally donned his new Philadelphia 76ers jersey. Now, fans will wait to see if he can become the heroic third star this team is seeking.


Net's Caris LeVert injury update

LeVert was emerging as a new star player for Brooklyn this season. Unfortunately, he suffered a bad fall and resulting injury in the team's game versus Minnesota. The good news is that it's a dislocated foot, so there is optimism that LeVert could recover on a quick timetable. Fans may even see LeVert return at some point later in the season, based on progress.


A pair of 20-20 double-doubles achieved!

Monday night's NBA action saw two All-Star players with 20-20 double-doubles. One of them came from New Orleans' Anthony Davis with 25 points and 20 rebounds. The other was courtesy of Karl-Anthony Towns with a mighty 25 points and 21 rebounds. In addition to those, the Sixers' Joel Embiid had a mere 35 points and 18 rebounds. What a night for the NBA's big men!


Melo's reps looking for new team

The Carmelo Anthony days in Houston seem to be numbered. Recent reports suggest that Carmelo's representatives are trying to find his next NBA team. It's been a lengthy career for the All-Star, but certainly there's a squad out there in need of veteran help.

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