Steve Kerr planned to talk to Draymond Green after video incident

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Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr planned to speak to forward Draymond Green after he posted a video of a speedometer at 118 mph. 

It is not known who was behind the wheel of the car in the now-deleted video, but Green apologised after Wednesday night's win over the L.A. Clippers and admitted it was 'poor judgement'.

Kerr does not expect to have any further issues surrounding the video and is keen for Green and everyone else to move on from the incident.

As per, he said: "He said he used poor judgement, which obviously is the case. I'm very confident he won't do it again. I'm glad that he's fine and nobody got hurt or anything, but the main thing is he came out and apologised, so we move on."

It is not the first time the 26-year-old has had to apologise for his actions this season. His emotional outburst during halftime of a game with the Oklahoma City Thunder in February left him having to extend an olive branch to his coach and teammates. 

On the court, Green has been a monster for the Dubs this campaign as they go after the Chicago Bulls' 72-10 regular season record. 

He is second in the NBA in triple-doubles and is averaging 13.7 points, 7.3 assists and 9.6 rebounds per 34.5 minutes of action.

There is a legitimate big three in the Bay, and along with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Green is a vital cog in their well-oiled machine.

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