Speaking to reporters following the Warriors' 121-103 win over the Dallas Mavericks on Thursday night, Green doubled down on his displeasure with how he's been officiated this season.
"Yeah, I don't know what to do at this point," Green said after picking up his 14th technical foul—most in the league—according to ESPN.com's Chris Haynes. "It really don't matter what I agree with. I don't have no power in this situation. Yeah, I don't know what to do at this point. It is what it is."
The most recent ejection came Tuesday, when Green was tossed from the Warriors' 125-105 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder for lobbing the ball toward an official after already picking up a technical foul earlier in the contest.
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Green's rough week continued Thursday, when the NBA announced he had been fined $50,000 "for directing inappropriate and offensive language toward a game official" in the second quarter of Tuesday's Western Conference showdown.
Green was also fined $25,000 in January for publicly criticizing officials after he told The Athletic the NBA could "get a new crop (of referees), a whole new crop."
Clashes between players and referees have been amplified throughout the 2017-18 campaign, and the league has noticed.
Last month, the NBA revealed a "five-pronged initiative" to improve relations between the two parties, according to USA Today's Sam Amick.
Players and referees are also scheduled to meet during All-Star Weekend in an attempt to find some common ground.
"We thought it was just important to take a renewed emphasis on respect and relationships—respect for the game and respect for each other," president of league operations Byron Spruell told Amick.