Draymond Green reaches plea deal to settle assault charge
Draymond Green's assault case has been resolved.
The Golden State Warriors' star forward, who allegedly hit a now-former Michigan State defensive back at a bar in East Lansing, Mich. earlier this month, has reached a plea deal.
Green, 26, has to pay a $560 fine. If he has no further criminal offenses and does not contact the victim for a year, the charge becomes a civil infraction.
Green was arrested for the incident on July 10.
The player Green allegedly slapped, Jermaine Edmondson, is transferring out of Michigan State's football program.
Green, who played at Michigan State from 2008-12, is currently in Las Vegas working out with Team USA for the Rio Summer Olympics.