Draymond Green apologized to his teammates on Monday for his halftime tirade in which he reportedly said "I am not a robot."
In a lengthy statement, he admitted he made a mistake and said he let his "emotions get the best of me."
"You know I made a mistake, I admitted my mistakes to my teammates, my coaching staff. I apologize to my teammates, my coaching staff, this organization. That wasn't the right way to handle what needed to be handled.
"As a leader of this team, I can't do that because it sets a bad precedent for how everything is ran around here, for how everything should be ran, for how everything has been ran, and how everything will be ran going forward. It won't happen again.
While he acknowledged his emotions "kind of got ahead of me," he said any reports that he quit on his team are incorrect.
"I will never quit on my coaching staff, I will never quit on this organization. This organization has given me everything that I can ask for. So I support and represent this organization to the best of my ability. That's not who I am. That's not who I've been and not who I will become."
Steve Kerr brushed off the tirade, saying: "We don't care."
"This is the way life is these days. There's 24-hour sports talk shows on radio and on TV. We're in the spotlight because of our record. So it doesn't bother us that everyone's talking about it. We know, handled it internally, and we all love each other and we're all good," he said.