Initially Green said that he was hacked, likely in a panic, but later admitted to the inadvertent pic saying that he "pushed the wrong button" and it was "intended to be a private message."
Oh well, happens to everyone.
On top of that he or, more likely, his PR team also took it a step further with a needless cookie-cutter statement that's probably more embarrassing than the actual incident, where he vowed to use this as motivation to become a better basketball player and man, whatever the hell that means:
"I truly believe we all go through points in our life that help propel us to the next level. I’m at the stage right now where all this stuff will help propel me to the next level as a basketball player, but more importantly as a man. I don’t live my life with regrets. I apologize for the situation. It’s clearly not what I was trying to do. At the end of the day you have certain situations in your life that just help push you forward, and you have to use them the right way."
In addition to having his dick publicly posted, and giving out a statement that makes no sense, he's also prone to being mocked for the foreseeable future by his Olympic teammates who were captured above discussing and busting the balls of the Warriors All-Star during a shootaround.
Here's hoping whomever that was actually intended for was worth it.