Kevin Durant is sure he will resolve any issue with Golden State Warriors team-mate Draymond Green in the future but refused to go into the specifics over what happened between the pair.

Green and Durant had a heated exchange at the end of regulation against the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday, with the former having failed to get a shot off after losing possession on the final play.

It was reported the confrontation continued in the locker room following the 121-116 overtime loss, though head coach Steve Kerr denied claims the three-time All-Star questioned Durant about his impending free agency.

Green was suspended for Tuesday's 110-103 victory over the Atlanta Hawks for "conduct detrimental to the team", but the two-time NBA Finals MVP is sure the team will get their affairs in order.

Asked if he felt the situation with Green could be resolved, Durant said: "I'm sure it will. We've got a long season ahead."

However, he refused to expand on what exactly took place between the duo.

"I'm gonna keep that in-house. That's what we do here," added Durant.

"I mean, obviously I know you guys got a job to do, but I'm not trying to give nobody no headlines. What happened, happened. We're trying to move on - just trying to play basketball."

Durant stated he "didn't really care either way" about Green's suspension but admitted it felt strange not to be competing alongside him.

"His presence has been a part of this team for a while - even before I got here. He's been a huge staple in this organisation. So, obviously it's definitely weird not having him around," he said.

"And just ... everything that went down. But that's what happens. S*** happens in the NBA. I just try to do my best to move on and be a basketball player.

"I don't got nothing else to do but to be the best player I can be every single day. I try not to worry about nothing else."

Kerr was pleased with how professionally the reigning NBA champions, who were also without Stephen Curry due to injury, dealt with the situation on Tuesday.

"Proud of them. Not an easy game with a back-to-back. Just coming in a little fatigued, a little emotionally spent and we had to grind it out," said Kerr.

"Proud of the guys. It wasn't our best game, but it was a good effort and we stayed solid."

Warriors forward Draymond Green has been suspended for Tuesday's game against the Atlanta Hawks, Golden State announced.

Green was suspended for "conduct detrimental to the team", the Warriors said in a statement.

He reportedly got into an altercation with team-mate Kevin Durant after regulation ended against the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday.

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.

The altercation reportedly carried over into the locker room where team-mates questioned Green about turning the ball over in the waning seconds.

Green then reportedly confronted Durant about his impending free agency.

Golden State lost to Los Angeles 121-116 in overtime.

Shaun Livingston played down a heated exchange between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green, insisting it was good to see some emotion during the Golden State Warriors' overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers.

Durant recorded his first triple-double of the season - scoring 33 points to go with 11 rebounds and 10 assists - but the reigning NBA champions still went down to a 121-116 loss on Monday.

The Warriors produced a 19-5 run in the closing stages of the fourth quarter to tie the score at 106-106 but failed to get off a potentially game-winning shot on the final play of regulation when Green lost possession following a rebound.

Durant and Green, who was making his return from a sprained toe, shared words on the bench after the dramatic finish and while neither player addressed the media after the defeat, Livingston cooled talk of any issue between the pair.

"It's just team spirit. Guys wanted a different outcome to what happened," Livingston - back in action himself following a foot injury - told reporters after the game.

"Obviously, Dray [Green] had the turnover, and guys might have felt they were open or wanted the basketball but didn't get it.

"Things like that happen in the sport, but it was good to see some fire and emotion."

The Warriors were once again without Stephen Curry, who sat out his second straight game with a groin issue, and they struggled down the stretch once Durant fouled out after a reach-in on Montrezl Harrell.

"It was a tough night for Kevin and I just kept him out there because we're obviously a little short-handed with Steph out," coach Steve Kerr said. 

"And I like to let guys play through fouls anyway. There were a few tough ones."

Harrell and Lou Williams impressed off the bench, finishing with 23 and 25 points respectively, to help the Clippers improve to 8-5 for the season.

Despite the defeat, Golden State remain top of the Western Conference with an 11-3 record.

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