Golden State Warriors star and USA Basketball member Draymond Green accepted a plea deal stemming from a recent assault and battery case, according to multiple reports.

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Green was accused of slapping former Michigan State football player Jermaine Edmondson on July 10 in East Lansing. He

avoided going to trial by agreeing to a plea deal Friday morning. As part of the agreement, he will pay a $500 fine and $60 in jail restitution.

His assault charge will be reduced to a civil infraction if he stays away from the victim for one year, and is also able to avoid any more criminal offenses. Green, who is currently in Las Vegas preparing for the Olympics, wasn't in court, but was represented by his lawyer. 

Earlier this month Green said of the case, "My attorneys are handling everything. Leave it in their hands and I got an opportunity to compete for a gold medal. You don't let any type of distraction get in the way of that."

Edmondson requested a release to transfer on July 13. Michigan State claimed his departure was "not directly tied" to the assault.