The Miami Heat have reportedly suspended Gerald Green for two games for detrimental conduct, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
Green was found unconscious and bleeding at his condo complex on November 4th after a 911 call was made.
"I have a resident that just passed out. He’s bleeding. He just passed out right now," reported the 911 caller according to TMZ.
Green was said to be acting weirdly in the lobby and screaming at the top of his lung.
Here's a link to the 911 call: http://www.tmz.com/2015/11/05/gerald-green-911-hes-unconscious-and-bleeding/
After the call, Miami-Dade Fire and Rescue arrived to the scene, and Green was taken to the hospital. No details were provided.
Green was reportedly released from the hospital on Saturday.
Last Thursday, Erik Spolestra made a brief comment on Green's situation: “The only comment we’ll make other than what we made yesterday is that we’re grateful that he’s safe and healthy right now. Our thoughts are with him and his family.”
Green issued a statement following his suspension: "I want to apologize to my family, fans and the Heat organization," said Green. "I accept the suspension and look forward to rejoining my teammates this weekend."
Green has played only three games this season for Heat. His last game was on November 1st in a win against the Houston Rockets.
Green is expected to make a return to the team on Friday. He's averaging 10.3 points in 21.7 minutes for the Heat this season.
The Miami Heat host the Los Angeles Lakers tonight looking to replicate their dominate performance from Sunday evening against the Toronto Raptors.