The two-time defending champion Golden State Warriors are still sitting atop the Western Conference with a record of 45-21, but their season has not been without drama.

On Sunday, the Warriors suffered a 115-111 loss to the Phoenix Suns, marking the team's fourth defeat in their last six games. During the fourth quarter, cameras caught head coach Steve Kerr conversing with assistant Mike Brown, and it appears as though Kerr wasn't thrilled with "Draymond's shit."

Check out the clip in the tweet embedded below.

According to The Athletic's Anthony Slater, Kerr was made aware of the clip after the game and made an effort to speak with Green, but he had already left the building. 

"He walked into the locker room, while reporters were lingering around, looked at a Draymond's deserted stall and asked whether he was still there," Slater wrote. "No, Draymond had left, Kerr was told and he walked out, later declining comment to a small group of reporters who tried to get him on his way out of the arena, saying he'd speak at his normal time after practice on Monday."

Despite their recent string of losses, Golden State still has a 1.5 game lead on the Denver Nuggets for the #1 seed out West. Up next for the Warriors is a four game road trip that starts Wednesday night in Houston. That game, airing on ESPN, is scheduled to tip at 9:30pm ET.