That tech occurred after Green and head coach Steve Kerr complained about a foul call that was assessed after Green struck Cavs guard Iman Shumpert in the face. "I knew that I didn't have a technical foul but I'm still trying to figure out why I got that second one".
Goble said he thought he had verbalized to the table that the initial technical was on Kerr, but said after watching the video that he should have done a better job with that.
"I take full responsibility for that", Callahan said.
"I thought they called [the first technical] on Draymond", Kerr said.
Everybody reading this knows what I'm talking about - Draymond Green was supposed to be ejected, but first, let's look back at why it should have happened.
There were constant rowdy chants of "Draymond sucks" from the Quicken Loans Arena crowd Friday whenever Green was whistled for a personal foul.
"We found out at the same time when we called the first technical foul (6:18 mark of third quarter) on Draymond Green".
"The procedure is to advise the table who the technical foul is on and with the player we give a number", said Callahan.
It would've been understandable if such circumstances would've left Warriors star Draymond Green in a foul mood afterward. "I knew he wouldn't do anything to get ejected".
Still, the Warriors are in command of this series, a potential clincher awaiting them in Game 5 on Monday.
His technicals - the one called and the one that wasn't - overshadowed his shooting and rebounding. "He comes to me and is saying something disrespectful". "They show me how important I am to them". Fall in love with the superstars.
"We can't take any nonsense".
The clarification is becoming increasingly relevant in case of a here-we-go-again extension of this series to seven games. We got to have a little chip on our shoulders.