Miami suspended Gerald Green for two games yesterday after what was deemed, “conduct detrimental to the team” following a weekend incident that saw the shooting guard hospitalized with no details revealed. None, however, until today, when the Sun-Sentinel obtained a police report excepted below by the paper’s Ira Windermere :
According to a Nov. 4 City of Miami incident report that the Heat reviewed prior to issuing their sanction, Green landed a punch during the incident at his downtown Miami condo building that preceded his hospitalization last week and was handcuffed prior to being hospitalized.
Green is referred to in the incident report as an “agitated patient” who at one point during the incident was “restrained and handcuffed.” Also, a witness, according to the report, “noticed blood from Mr. Green hands.”
At one point during the incident, the report states, “Mr. Green attempted to make [his] way up to his unit. When Victim #1 tried to hold Mr. Green in the lobby area for fire rescue, Mr. Green punched the victim in the right eye.”
According to the report, “Fire rescue had the patient restrained due to the patient becoming very loud and verbally combative. Fire rescue requested that the Sgt. handcuff the patient.”