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 National Basketball Association titles against them.
Just three days removed from the Finals and the Warriors celebrating in their hometown with a championship parade, it looks like James already has his eyes set on next season. I definitely didn't start the superteam, if that's what he's trying to say. Green told thousands gathered for Golden State's victory celebration.More news: Gun debate under Trump tested by congressman's shooting
The Golden State Warriors will resume their rivalry with the Cleveland Cavaliers when the new National Basketball Association season begins on October 20. Green regularly posts content on James' "Uninterrupted" video platform, and Jefferson played with Green during the 2012-13 season. "I ain't joining a superteam". "In "96, when Jordan was retired, the Rockets joined Charles Barkley, Hakeem Olajuwon, and Clyde Drexler all on the same team".
What's more, Green is exhausted of the idea that the Warriors cheated the system by adding Durant in free agency last summer. "As KD said before, (James) showed everyone it was possible to do that". Let's just say these past Finals have not discouraged him.
That wasn't all, however, as he also took off on a joyride after stealing the Warriors' social and digital media team's golf cart. The feud continued into Friday when James was a guest on the Road Trippin' podcast with Channing Frye and Richard Jefferson. Green shared a pick of the freshly shorn head of LeBron with the caption, "Them dubs finally made him go bald!" with "Dubs", being a popular moniker for the Warriors. "I love that", he added, taking satisfaction that Green still had James on his mind even after winning the National Basketball Association title. A subsequent Instagram post made clear that his headwear of choice-a baseball cap emblazoned with the "That's none of my business" Kermit-sipping-tea meme-was no accident. They won previous year.