You can count Magic Johnson among the people who didn't have a problem with Draymond Green's below-the-belt kick of Steven Adams.
The Golden State Warriors' forward, in the process of trying to draw a foul, kicked the Oklahoma City Thunder big man in the nether region during Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals.
The NBA announced Monday night that Green, who received a flagrant foul for the play, would not be suspended.
Johnson, who, like Green, starred at Michigan State, took to Twitter earlier today to defend his fellow Spartan.
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Johnson isn't alone in his defense of Green.
Former Michigan State star Denzel Valentine also took to Twitter to defend the NBA All-Star. "This is basketball, not tiddly winks," he tweeted.
Golden State and OKC are set to play Game 4 at 9 p.m. E.T. on TNT.