Draymond Green is on his way back to a Golden State Warriors team that is in great need of help. Green participated in a walk-through Sunday and sat on the bench as he was reinstated by the league after a 12 game suspension.

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Green was suspended after hitting Phoenix Suns center Jusuf Nurkic during a game on Dec. 13.

“Everybody is excited to see him,” said coach Steve Kerr. “He’s one of our leaders and he’s happy to be back. So it’s a good vibe.”


Draymond is scheduled to return after a week of training.

Jamal Crawford appeared on Run It Back, FanDuel TV’s NBA-centric morning show hosted by Shams Charania, Lou Williams, Chandler Parsons, and Michelle Beadle, and gave an analysis about Draymond Green’s suspension.

“Indefinitely for [the NBA] just means care, that they care about [Draymond Green] as a person, they care about his future,” Crawford says.

You can hear the full clip below.

Draymond Green entered counseling following his suspension from the NBA. T

“People around Green and the organization said the four-time NBA champion has been understanding and prepared to undergo the process required to return to the team in a full capacity,” Shams said. “Those sources would not reveal the specifics of Green’s counseling out of respect for his privacy.”

In a press release, the NBA issued the suspension by taking “into account Green’s repeated history of unsportsmanlike acts.”

Green had a deduction of $153,941 for each game.