On Tuesday, the Golden State Warriors paraded through the streets of Oakland, California in celebration of their recent NBA title victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers
For the Warriors, this is the third championship for the team in the last four years. The celebration saw many of the players with their family and friends celebrating the joyous occasion. Rookie Jordan Bell even toasted to the new title for the organization with a bottle of Hennessey giving to him by a fan on the parade route.
However, it appears Draymond Green took the opportunity during the parade to troll his Finals competition. Draymond wore a modified “Angry Arthur” meme t-shirt with three rings on his hand, which was perfect trolling of Lebron James who earlier in the season who posted the meme following an exceptional performance by Kyrie Irving.
While he took the parade as an opportunity to troll James, Draymond also took a dig a Tristian Thompson.
During an interview with NBC Sports Bay Area, when asked what gave the Warriors the ability to win another championship, Green replied, ”The fact of the matter is, we just cut from a different cloth. It's a lot of guys in this league ... they soft. We just cut from a different cloth. That's all I really got for you. We just ain't cut the same.
He continued, I told one of them dudes from the Cavs -- after the game he tried to shake my hand, I said, 'Tristan we ain't cut the same.'”