Warriors believe Domantas Sabonis uses ball as 'weapon' on offense

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After getting stomped by Draymond Green in Game 3, Kings big man Domantas Sabonis is at the center of the controversy.

It led to a one-game suspension for the Warriors' forward. Despite this, Sabonis's grabbing of Green's leg isn't the only issue the Warriors have with him.

ESPN NBA senior writer Zach Lowe said on the most recent episode of "The Lowe Post" podcast, "there is some anger within the organization toward the league. 

Sabonis is under scrutiny because some members of the organization believe he utilizes the ball as a weapon, pushes opponents for offensive rebounds,  

Anthony Hudson will have to make some tough decisions as his young team prepares to face their old rivals on Wednesday.

Plays with his elbows out. Sabonis's style of play has been called into question, but center Kevon Looney has no issues with it.

. The 27-year-old actually appreciates what some may see as Sabonis's unseemly rough and tumble style.

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