Last NBA season, the Golden State Warriors had their share of internal conflicts. The most celebrated is perhaps the clash between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant. Green questioned Durant's commitment to the Dubs, tied up to the former NBA MVP's impending free agency.

The 29-year-old Green has been known to shoot his mouth off but with good reason. But now it appears the whole thing has sunk in. In fact, he took exception on Durant's comments about the Warriors with the Wall Street Journal. This had to do with KD's comments that he felt he never fit in with the team.

Green remembers that argument with Durant in November last year. He also recalls getting suspended for the whole thing which forced him to step back. It was a learning experience for the temperamental forward and he admitted apologizing to Durant at the time. Some are now asking, did that incident push, Durant, to move to the Brooklyn Nets? Only Durant has the answer to that.

“I just had to accept the fact that I was wrong. And once I was able to get over my stubbornness and accept the fact that I was wrong, I was able to move on. I lost [Durant’s] trust. How do I get that back? ...I actually loved this guy, like that’s really my brother. And so not knowing what’s next in our relationship bothered me more,” said Green on The Woj Pod.

The Warriors still made it to the NBA finals but failed to win the title. Injuries to Durant and Klay Thompson proved too much for the Dubs. Now, they enter a new era without Durant. The original big three of Green, Thompson and Stephen Curry are still there. But work needs to be done on their supporting cast.

With Durant likely out for the 2019-20 NBA season, a meeting with his former team may not happen until the 2020-21 season. It remains to be seen more words will be hurled from both sides.

As for Green, the comments of Durant may be disturbing. However, he needs to focus and help the Dubs get back on track. Along with Curry, both need to lead the retooled Warriors five starting this season.

The Golden State Warriors open their 2019-20 campaign against the Los Angeles Clippers on Oct. 24 at home. Tip-off is at 1:30 p.m. ET at the Chase Center in San Francisco, CA. The Clips are 9-7 favorites to prevail over the Dubs.

Kevin Durant and Draymond Green Kevin Durant (L) and Draymond Green (R) had an ugly spat during the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Nov. 12. In this picture, Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors tries to calm down teammate Draymond Green #23 after a foul in the second half of a NBA game against the Utah Jazz at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 19, 2018. Photo: Gene Sweeney Jr./Getty Images