Draymond Green warned the NBA to 'not let' the Warriors win a championship, but the NBA failed, so now he gets to say everything he wants to say.
After the Golden State Warriors dunked their fourth championship in eight years winning against the Boston Celtics, Raymond green went into a frenzy in his speech at their championship parade.
“I'm just trying to think of the most controversial thing I can say, like the media, like they do, you know,” said the 32-years-old basketball player for the warriors.
He further added, “Nah, I mean this is great. I don’t know, what y’all want me to tell you? That we better than everybody? We [expletive] knew that. What do you want from me?”
The American player bragged about how invincible the warriors were, “This has been an amazing year. I told y’all, don’t let us win a [expletive] championship, and clearly nobody could stop it,” adding, “I warned y’all, so I’m just going to continue to destroy people on Twitter, as I have been, and Instagram stories.”
Green's speech concluded with a sensational message for his whole team, “I really love this group, and when I say this group, I mean this entire group.”