It's time to put Draymond Green in timeout

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With about 3 minutes left in Game 4 last night, Lebron James and Draymond Green exchanged words and had to be separated by teammates. When James stepped over the Warriors power forward, Green appeared to swing his hand up into his junk. When asked about the altercation after the game Green said, "he stepped over me, and I felt like that was disrespectful". James also responded to reporters saying, "Draymond said something that I don't agree with. I'm all cool with the competition, I'm all fine with that, but some of the words that came out of his mouth were a little bit overboard".

This is not the first time that Draymond Green has had his moments in the NBA Playoffs. In the Western Conference Finals, Green shoved his knee into the groin of Thunder center Steven Adams and also pulled him down to the ground fighting for a rebound in Game 7.  Green only needs one more flagrent foul or two technical fouls to receive a one game suspension. 

This is ridiculous. I haven't seen this many nut taps since a middle school gym class. Draymond is a good player, but he seems to always have to be the center of attention. I think Steve Kerr is scared of him and he lacks the discipline to actually punish him. Why not just do your job on the court? There's a really good player named Tim Duncan who won five championships doing that.

I propose that Draymond Green get put into timeout and sent to daycare. He has not reached a level where he is mature enough to play in the NBA. Hopefully he can learn how to not get anymore technical or flagrent fouls in the NBA. I highly recommend BANANAS daycare. It is not located very far from the stadium and it has gotten excellent reviews. Draymond will be able to hang out there in between practices and games.  If necessary, a babysitter can travel with the team on away games to assure he behaves well. My sources say that this will be the best option for Draymond and that his parents would be 100% behind the decision. I have babysat a couple times, so I would be available at last minute if needed.