But even with the focus being on his team's latest achievement, Warriors forward Draymond Green couldn't let the opportunity to take a couple shots at the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James pass by.
Green repaid the reference in kind with a T-shirt that said "Quickie" across the front with a "Q" that resembled the "Q" of the Cavaliers' home at Quicken Loans Arena.
Green said the trash-talk garment was his idea but that Warriors director of coaching Nick U'Ren was the man responsible for taking the idea and executing it.
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One of them told reporters they spoken to the Prime Minister for two and a half hours about their demands and what they expected. The NSW Master Builders Association said the danger lies in imported products that do not meet safety requirements.
LeBron James and Draymond Green have been trolling each other on social media and they are officially the kings of pettiness.
As pointed out Thursday on Twitter, Finals MVP Kevin Durant also wore a shirt that included "The Q" logo after Game 5. He's been thinking up ideas ever since the Cavs superstar had Steph Curry and Klay Thompson tombstone cookies at his Halloween party. "We got them out here quick, with the trophy". "I'm petty. I've been waiting for a while". James was shirtless, working out in a gym.
In his interview with Gold-Onwude, Green conceded of James, "That's definitely my guy".
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