Draymond Green doesn't understand why Kevin Durant's denies text after 2016 Finals

Solenn Plantier
Juin 19, 2017

This is in response to James wearing a shirt with the term "ultimate warrior" during the Cavs' championship parade after defeating Golden State in the Finals last June.

Two years ago, Green had a video of his trash talk on the Cavaliers at the parade go viral with his infamous "Nope" rant.

LeBron James, shown in this 2003 photo, won the NBA Rookie of the Year award Tuesday April 20, 2004, capping a remarkable season in which he revived the Cleveland Cavaliers.

James' post quickly accumulated thousands of likes, including from teammates Tristan Thompson and JR Smith and other stars like Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook and Houston's James Harden.

Green used James' new look to fire back, also on Instagram.

This isn't the first time that a player from the winning National Basketball Association team made a decision to pull out a tee-shirt and insult the other team.

He barely took a day off last summer after leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to the 2016 NBA Championship.

Unsurprisingly, after the Warriors defeated the Cavs in this year's NBA Finals, Draymond Green got his revenge on LeBron. James later claimed his attire was a coincidence, not a shot at Golden State, and that it was the only clean shirt remaining in his bag. "Quickie" is in reference to Quicken Loans Arena, the location of the Cavs' home games.

Later during the parade, Green was asked in an interview about how the idea of the shirt came about.

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