According to Brendan Quinn of MLive.com, Green was arrested on Sunday in East Lansing, where he attended Michigan State. While details are still unknown at this time, we do know he was arrested for assault.
“The police department is not confirming any arrest with that name,” said Lt. Scott Wrigglesworth, the East Lansing police department Public Information Officer. “What I can confirm is that we did arrest a current NBA basketball player this weekend and he was arrested for assault. That's all we're confirming right now.”
Green has yet to comment on the incident.
Of course, before knowing any specifics, Twitter immediately reacted to the news claiming Draymond kicked someone in the nuts.
Smart money says Draymond kicked someone in the nuts https://t.co/wsSYFcjPGQ
— Mike Welch (@RealMikeWelch) July 11, 2016
I'll give you 3 to 1 odds he kicked someone in the nuts!!
Draymond Green arrested for assault in East Lansing https://t.co/X19e6TIhUQ
— Rick (@rwilley112) July 11, 2016
Draymond Green reportedly arrested for assault in Michigan, though it's possible he was just setting a screen.
— David MacKay (@DavidMacKayNBA) July 11, 2016
Until the details of Draymond Green's arrest surface, does anyone want to bet whether he kicked someone in the nuts? https://t.co/fnvwiVG0CG
— Danielle Hobeika (@dhobeika) July 11, 2016
This could impact Draymond’s chances of playing in Rio. He has 10 days to be arraigned in East Lansing. The games start on August 5.
If this incident really is serious and Green has to go to jail, the Warriors might only win 65 games next season.
UPDATE 2:10 PM EST
Evan Sernoffsky of the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Draymond "slapped a taunting fan," but nobody was hurt.
Source close to the Draymond investigation says he slapped taunting fan at a nightclub in East Lansing. Victim not injured
— Evan Sernoffsky (@EvanSernoffsky) July 11, 2016
Stick with Obsev Sports for updates as details unfold.