DETROIT – It was a low-blow and it could be more costly to the Golden State Warriors in the days to come.

Former Michigan State basketball standout and current GSW forward Draymond Green connected with Oklahoma Thunder’s center Steven Adams — well, um, groin — in a most dramatic way.

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There’s lots of chatter now about a possible suspension of Green for the critical Game 4 — will the league look the other way?

Oklahoma City went on to win 133-105 — which gives them a game advantage (2-1) in the Western Conference finals.

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Green said he didn’t even realize he hit Adams’ groin until officials gathered to dole out penalty.