It is said that Draymond Green will be visiting the Warriors facilities in the near future.

It looks like Draymond Green will soon make a big breakthrough in his comeback from an indefinite suspension. 


According to ESPN on Thursday, the star forward for the Warriors is anticipated to visit the team's facilities "in the coming days" as he gets ready to rejoin.


Although a potential comeback date is yet unknown, the report states that discussions for Green's return are "ongoing" and that it is coming closer.


Since hitting Suns center Jusuf Nurkic in the face during a game on December 13, when he was given an indefinite suspension by the NBA, Green has not participated in any games.

 For the play, he was given a Flagrant 2, which resulted in his third game-day ejection this season.

 Just a few weeks had passed since Green's return from a five-game suspension in November, which he had received for headlocking Timberwolves center Rudy Gobert. Now, he faces an indefinite suspension. 


Green was given an unusual indefinite ban in December, according to the NBA, which cited his "repeated history of unsportsmanlike acts" as a factor.


According to the NBA's announcement, operations chief Joe Dumars imposed the ban. "He will be required to meet certain league and team conditions before he returns to play," the statement read. 

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