Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green spoke about his recent arrest on assault charges for the first time at Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech event in Aspen, Colo. on Tuesday night.
In response to a question about the arrest, Green said:
“My legal team is handling it. It’ll be resolved really quickly. As a public figure, I just can’t put myself in certain situations. It’s something I’ve learned from, and just move on.”
Green reportedly got into an altercation with a man outside of a bar in Michigan on Sunday at 2:28AM, and is scheduled for an arraignment in court on July 20.
While Green’s comments about the arrest were brief, he spent much more of his time on stage talking about his interests outside of basketball. He says he’s very interested in technology and real estate.
Why? Tech and real estate are two things that can help change the world, said the 26-year-old Green during the session.
“When I’m done with basketball, I don’t have to say, what am I doing next? I’m starting my transition already, to where I never have to make that transition.”
Green has also spent time recently working with Uninterrupted, a media project created by SpringHill Entertainment, a production company backed by Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James, and run by James’ longtime business partner Maverick Carter. The company raised money from Warner Brothers and Turner Sports last year.
Carter, who spoke on the panel with Green in Aspen, described Uninterrupted as “a network and space to help athletes tell stories.”
Next month, Green plans to travel to Rio to play on the U.S. Olympic basketball team, which he called “a dream come true.” He says despite some other athletes fears over the Zika virus, he “couldn’t pass up the opportunity,” though he said he doesn’t knock anyone’s decision to skip the event over health fears. “Zika is real, but I can also walk outside and get hit by a bus. I’m gonna go play in the Olympics.”