Jan 25, 2018; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Washington Wizards forward Otto Porter Jr. (22) passes the ball in front of Oklahoma City Thunder center Steven Adams (12) during the second quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena.  Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Steven Adams received a technical foul for kicking Bradley Beal in the groin during the third quarter of Thursday’s Oklahoma City Thunder-Washington Wizards game.

Adams was going up for a rebound and got pulled from behind by Marcin Gortat, who ended up getting called for a foul. As he was going down, Adams kicked Beal in the groin:

Beal went down after the groin shot and had to recover on the bench while the officials figured things out. They gave Adams a tech and Gortat a foul for the sequence.

Both Beal and Adams made their free throws after the foul calls were made. Maybe Adams learned the move from his buddy Draymond Green.

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