The Warriors were scheduled to fly to New York on Monday night, but had some travel issues.

Athletic’s Marcus Thompson and Anthony Slater broke the news that the Warriors were stuck in Indiana overnight due to mechanical problems with their plane. That might not be a big deal under normal circumstances, but the Warriors are scheduled to play the Knicks on Tuesday (7:30 p.m. ET on TNT) during the second night of a back-to-back.

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According to Thompson, the NBA’s Collective Bargaining Agreement is “against players who travel on game day.”

Slater tweeted that the Golden State plane didn’t leave Indiana until 10:35 a.m. ET Tuesday, setting them up to arrive in New York City around noon.

It’s safe to say that Draymond Green was not very happy with the situation.

The Warriors forward addressed the team’s delay in a series of tweets, expressing frustration and concern.

The Warriors’ meeting with the Knicks is the third stop on the team’s five-game road trip.

Stephen Curry is ready to make history as he is just two triples away from beating Ray Allen for first place in the all-time rankings.

The Warriors enter Tuesday’s game with a 22-5 record on the season, giving them the best record in the NBA.