Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green’s spat with game officials continues after he was ejected during Monday night’s loss to Utah.

In doing so, he made Chase Center history by becoming the first player ejected from the game in the new building after arguing with an official. The ejection came when the three-time All-Star was given his second technical foul for continuing to argue his case after arguing a blocking call. However, it seems to go much further than just the foul.

"I disagreed with that call," Green told reporters following the game. "And I'm never going to be OK with another grown man telling me, 'Don't talk.' If you feel like you got the call wrong, or right, you don't tell me not to talk. I'm a grown man. I got my own kids. So that's what happened."

Now, as a former umpire, if I am telling somebody not to talk it isn’t just because I don’t want to listen to him/her anymore, I am also warning them that they would be ejected if they continue.

Green had just returned to the lineup after sitting the past five games due to a torn ligament in his left index finger. Golden State needs Green to be in the game while they are missing stars like Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Without Green, the 2017 Defensive Player of the Year, the club went 1-4.

"I don't know what (Green) said," said Kerr. "I thought it was a tough call. I thought it was a charge that was called a block, so it was a tough call. I don't know what he said, but we need him. One tech's fine; can't have two."

The Jazz would go on to beat the Warriors 122-108 which dropped Golden State to the bottom of the NBA standings with a league worst 2-9 record.