Exactly two weeks ago, the Golden State Warriors were crowned the 2022 NBA champions after beating the Boston Celtics in the Finals. Stephen Curry won his first Finals MVP after a big display against the C's. Following that series, Draymond Green took things personally and started trolling the Celtics and their fanbase, who weren't nice to him during the Finals.
Green has made headlines in recent days thanks to his statements, but not everybody is willing to take that without firing back. Skip Bayless already replied to his shots, asking him to meet face-to-face and settle their feud once and for all.
Well, one of Draymond's biggest rivals during the Finals also had something to say to the Golden State Warriors star. Jaylen Brown didn't like Green's comments about him getting mad at Draymond, even less after the big man said he took Brown's heart.
"When Jaylen Brown went in the media and said, ‘He tried and pulled my shorts down,’ I knew I took his heart," Green told JJ Redick and Tommy Alter on The Old Man and the Three. "I knew I took his heart. And not that I’ll have it next year. I gotta regain it next year and the next time we play them, but I knew for the rest of that series, I had him.
"Because you know you’re standing over me and you gotta go to the media and say, ‘He was trying to pull my shorts down.’ Like come on, bro, you’re standing over me."
Brown took to Twitter to send a message to Green, telling him that he lost his mind after getting a podcast.
"You can say whatever win you win 🌽Draymond got a Podcast and lost his damn mind... You could never," the young Celtics star wrote.
If things weren't good between Brown and Green before, now they're worse. Draymond is talking his talk lately, and he doesn't care about who gets offended by that. He's focused on doing his thing and getting under other people's skins, especially after he beat them.