Golden State Warriors' second-year big man Jordan Bell was suspended for Wednesday night's victory against the Memphis Grizzlies, after he allegedly attempted to charge a hotel purchase to the room of assistant coach Mike Brown.

According to a report The Athletic's Anthony Slater and Sam Amick, it's unclear exactly how much the bill was but Brown is definitely the one who was unknowingly charged for it. The Warriors investigated once Brown was alerted of the activity, and it was found that Bell was the culprit. Furthermore, the team believes this isn't the first time the 24-year old has done this.

The Warriors went on to beat the Grizzlies by the final of 118-103, and Bell's teammates don't seem too concerned with the bizarre incident.

"Move on," Kevin Durant told NBC Sports Bay Area about his message to Bell. "We talked about it, just move on. We have eight more games until the playoffs, and just move on, man." 

"It's really not that big of a deal," Iguodala added. "It's a mistake, nobody was harmed, learn from it and make sure it doesn't happen again. You just have to have your antennas up as far as how your mind works. When you're young, you can drift a little bit, then you have to reel yourself back in and calm down. He'll be fine."

Golden State maintained their position atop the Western Conference with Wednesday's win over the Grizzlies. With eight games remaining in the regular season, the Warriors stand a half-game up on the Denver Nuggets, the team they'll host on April 2.