Thompson's 3-pointer tied it 116-all in overtime, interrupting Williams' run of 10 straight points for the Clippers.
Durant wanted the ball to take the last shot in regulation but Green took it up the court himself and did not get a shot off.
According to a report from Chris Haynes, the Warriors believe Green went too far with his criticism of Durant. The argument reportedly spilled over into the locker room after the Warriors lost to the Los Angeles Clippers, 121-116, in overtime.
Kevin Durant and Draymond Green exchange words after the Warriors fail to get a shot off at the end of regulation in an OT loss vs. the Clippers. No one had to be separated, no player left his side and no hint of physicality loomed in the setting, sources said.
Warriors officials reportedly were working to cool heads on a team that has won three titles in four years and back-to-back championships with Durant - who can be a free agent after the season.
Pakistan wins toss, elects to bat against NZ in final ODI
New Zealand are without their skipper Kane Williamson who pulled out with a groin injury with Tom Latham leading the side. The play was interrupted due to heavy rain as New Zealand were chasing a daunting 280-run target set by Pakistan .
Green was suspended for "conduct detrimental to the team".
After the buzzer sounded and the players went to the bench, Durant yelled at Green for not passing him the ball under the basket. In the below clip, you can see Green snatch the rebound from Durant, then choose not to pass to the reigning two-time NBA Finals MVP.
"Just team spirit", Livingston told ESPN. "But it was good to see some fire, some emotion".
Wojnarowski later quoted Shaun Livingston, who dismissed the confrontation as a product of "team spirit".
Golden State will extend its consecutive sell-out crowd streak to 300 games during Tuesday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks, which began with a December 18, 2012 game against the Hornets, who were still from New Orleans at the time.