One year after LeBron James trolled the Warriors with his t-shirt choice, Draymond Green got his revenge at the Warriors' championship parade.
One year after LeBron James trolled the Warriors with an "Ultimate Warrior" t-shirt following the Cavaliers' championship win, Draymond Green got his revenge.
The Warriors' 2017 championship parade took place on Thursday, and Green jabbed the Cavs with sly sartorial choice.
Green showed up at the parade wearing a shirt that read "Quickie," with a picture of the Finals trophy — an apparent reference to both the quick five-game series and the Cavs' home arena, Quicken Loans Arena.
When asked about it by NBC Sports, Green admitted he is "petty" and said he actually had an even more outrageous shirt he wanted to wear, but that he couldn't get it finished in time.
"I can't forget the Ultimate Warrior shirt from LeBron. The 3-1 tombstone cookies and all of that. I was waiting on this moment ... I'm petty. I've been waiting for a while, just coming up with ideas. I had this one idea for a shirt, and I waited too long to try to get somebody to draw it up. It was a bit much, though."
With the shirt making the rounds, James also decided to issue a response.
And, as CBS's James Herbert noted, James appears to have the support of his peers:
The move comes after Green actually showed restraint following Game 5. In a press conference, Green said he was prepared to bash the Cavs for some trash talk during the series, but ultimately bit his tongue because he respects them as a team.
However, on parade day, it appears Green couldn't help but have some fun.