Kevin Durant had only been ejected one time prior to the 2017-2018 season, yet on Thursday night he was ejected for the fifth time of the season. Durant's propensity to get tossed has brought questions surrounding what determines an appropriate ejection.
Mark Willard says there are three justifiable reasons for a player to be thrown out of a game: 1. Fighting 2. Contact with the referee 3. Prolonged arguing. Other than that, let the players play. Under Mark's rules, shouting obscenities would not justify tossing one of the best players in the league. Mark and Rich Ohrnberger debate whether or not words alone should be reason enough for an ejection.
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