The third consecutive NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers may have ended on Monday, but Draymond Green and LeBron James are still going after each other.
At the Warriors’ celebratory parade on Thursday, Green wore a shirt that read “Quickie” in the font of Quicken Loans, a company founded by Cavs owner Dan Gilbert and whose name graces the team’s stadium, likely a reference to the length of the five-game series (though we’re betting Green ordered the shirt after Game 3).
The Cavs play in Quicken Loans Arena…
Draymond Green, petty king. pic.twitter.com/sQEboB4GwC
— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) June 15, 2017
This is a response to the T-shirt troll job LeBron pulled a year ago, when he got off the plane falling the Cavs’ Game 7 victory while wearing a shirt that read “Ultimate Warrior.”
“I can’t forget the ‘Ultimate Warrior’ shirt from last year,” Green told Ros Gold-Onwude.
LeBron followed up with a classic Michael Scott response.
A post shared by LeBron James (@kingjames) on
To which Green responded by clowning the recent video a now-bald LeBron posted on Thursday.
A post shared by Draymond Green (@money23green) on
LeBron’s T-shirt wasn’t his only petty attempt at a troll of the Warriors last year. The Cavs star’s Halloween party in 2016 was littered with references to his squad’s comeback from a 3-1 series deficit the season prior.