Green told reporters he "[feels] bad for him" and wishes the fan seeks out help. Sports Illustrated shared Green's full comments:
Green further commented on the situation on Twitter:
Kellie Rowe of Fox 2 Detroit shared a screenshot of the since-deleted tweet from comedian Andrew Polk:
Polk not only deleted the tweet but also deactivated his Twitter account temporarily. He subsequently tweeted an apology to Green, which was later deleted:
Green finished with eight points, nine rebounds, nine assists and four steals in Sunday's victory. Golden State was plus-28 with Green on the court, which was the highest plus-minus rating on the team.
The Warriors now hold a 3-1 series lead over the Pelicans as the series shifts back to Oakland, California, for Game 5 on Tuesday night.