The worst thing the NBA ever did was give Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green another chance to bash all his haters. He won’t miss anyone.
Since Thursday night, Green has spent nearly all his time in front of a mic or on Twitter, finding each and every person who doubted him over the years. The brief gap between Golden State titles gave the Dubs a chance to collect plenty of bulletin-board material on their quest to a fourth NBA championship during the Splash Brothers era.
Not only has Green taken aim at Boston fans, as well as the Memphis Grizzlies and Ja Morant — he’s now directed his aim at the Celtics coaching staff and players. Really, it was only a matter of time.
Warriors: Draymond Green can’t stop, won’t stop tweeting
Green is a legend on the hardwood and on his phone. The Twitter fingers never stop, even when the Dubs are in a tough stretch. Now is the time to celebrate, however, and rub a Finals victory in the face of everyone who doubted.
Oh sweet lord.
Game 7 won’t happen, of course, thanks to the Warriors winning the series in Game 6 on Boston’s home floor.
Despite a third-quarter run by the Celtics, Golden State had a fairly comfortable fourth frame, and were able to celebrate in the final minutes. Heck, Steph Curry hugged his dad with five seconds left on the clock (as he had every right to do).
Soak it in, Warriors fans. This is your era. All I can do is watch.