The Golden State Warriors will have all of their weapons on the court for Game 4 after the NBA decided not to suspend forward Draymond Green for his 'kick to the crotch' of OKlahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams.

Instead of being suspended, Green will only be fined for his actions. He tried to explain his actions after the game on Sunday.

"I said, 'Scott, how am I getting a flagrant because my leg went in the air trying to follow through on a shot?' He said, 'Draymond, I'm not saying it's intentional. Honestly, I don't think it was intentional at all. But you caught him in the groin area, so I have to give you a flagrant,'" Green said. "I didn't argue it. I said, 'OK, that's understandable.'"

Trailing the Thunder 2-1 in the series, the Warriors are lucky to have Green on the court for Game 4. The Warriors were down 2-1 twice in last year's post-season on their way to an NBA title.