The Cavs play in Quicken Loans Arena...— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 15, 2017
Draymond Green, petty king. 😂 pic.twitter.com/sQEboB4GwC
Of course Draymond Green wasn't about to let his rivalry with LeBron James and overall hatred for the Cleveland Cavaliers go now that the Warriors have won two NBA titles against them. Check out the T-shirt he wore to the victory parade in Oakland today. It says "Quickie" in the same font as Quicken, and of course the Cavs play in Quicken Loans Arena.
That would have been slightly more appropriate had the Warriors swept in four games, beating the Cavs in Cleveland last Friday, but they did not. And Draymond admits he had the shirt made in Cleveland for that purpose. But anyway, you go, Draymond.
"The ‘Q’ that’s what those guys’ arena’s called," Green tells Fox Sports. “Got them out here quick. With a trophy. Quickie. I was responsible for the idea. We actually got it made in Cleveland. How about that?"
In 2015, cameras caught Green on a drunken rant yelling "It's our league, and we run this... Cavaliers, NOPE. We won! Yup! They suck!" But then of course last year the Cavaliers came back from a 3-0 deficit to beat the Warriors by the slimmest of margins in Game 7, no doubt sending Green into a tailspin of rage that he's only just now recovering from.
He gave an interview today to Sports Illustrated that you can hear part of below in which he admits, "I'm petty."
Draymond on his t-shirt: "I'm petty" pic.twitter.com/RvO92E0bsv— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 15, 2017
Draymond Green wearing the new Rick Pitino clothing line pic.twitter.com/EZjFgngkgB— Big Cat (@BarstoolBigCat) June 15, 2017
Draymond Green's T-shirt pic.twitter.com/OHMFcrktIY— Kevin Jones (@Mr_KevinJones) June 15, 2017
Naturally, it took LeBron mere minutes to respond, via Instagram.