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Boston Celtics wing Jaylen Brown offered his perspective to reporters about his confrontation with Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green during Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.

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“I don’t know what I was supposed to do there. Somebody got their legs on the top of your head. And then he tried to pull my pants down.”

Jaylen Brown details the dust-up with Draymond pic.twitter.com/VZtw3t0edv

The interaction occurred late in the second quarter after Green fouled Brown on a three-point attempt:

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Draymond Green and Jaylen Brown had to be separated after this interaction. pic.twitter.com/pyEdSepMjV

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Things getting chippy between Draymond and Jaylen Brown 👀 pic.twitter.com/O2aylDtIfz

Green tangled his legs up on Brown, leading to the altercation. The Warriors forward was not called for anything outside of the personal foul.

Green had notably been called for a technical foul earlier in the game for arguing with officials. He was on the hook for an ejection if called for a second T following the Brown incident, which ultimately did not happen.

Given the scenario, Celtics head coach Ime Udoka wasn’t surprised that the referees decided against calling a double technical.

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Ime Udoka said he was “not surprised at all due to the circumstances” that the referees did not give Draymond Green or Jaylen Brown technical fouls for their dust-up. The circumstance, of course, was that Green already had one technical foul before that.

The Warriors ended up winning 107-88 behind a 35-14 third-quarter advantage to tie the NBA Finals at one game apiece. Warriors guard Stephen Curry led all scorers with 29 points.

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