Draymond Green: 'Can't put myself in certain situations'

Do Warriors have to worry if Green can control himself? (2:10)

Jemele Hill and Michael Smith believe that the Draymond Green situation is a little overblown and the Warriors should have nothing to worry about. (2:10)

Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green on Tuesday said he expects legal issues stemming from his arrest for an alleged assault to be "resolved really quickly."

Green was arrested Sunday after a fight at a restaurant in East Lansing, Michigan. He was released on $200 bond, and his arraignment is scheduled for July 20. If convicted, he would face a maximum of 93 days in jail and a $500 fine.

"I think when things happen, I think you meet them head-on," Green told reporters Tuesday in Aspen, Colorado. "My legal team is handling it. It will be resolved really quickly. As a public figure, I just can't put myself in certain situations. It's something that I'll learn from and just move on."

Lt. Scott Wrigglesworth from the East Lansing Police Department told ESPN on Monday that he couldn't confirm whether the alleged assault was a punch or a slap, but he said it was "not a shove" and there were no injuries. He also said police were not called to the scene but were already in the area as part of their normal patrol.

Both the Warriors and USA Basketball are awaiting details. Green, 26, is set to join Team USA in August at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.