Draymond Green trolls Celtics fans after Game 7 loss to Heat

Draymond Green trolls C fans after Game 7 loss to Heat originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

Draymond Green couldn’t help but smile during his recap of the Boston Celtics’ Eastern Conference Finals loss to the Miami Heat.

The Golden State Warriors star took pleasure in the C’s demise just under a year after defeating them in the 2022 NBA Finals. For the second straight postseason, Boston lost at home to the public from TD Garden.

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It was the best part for Green, which angered C fans throughout the 2022 Finals. After a fight with Jaylen Brown in Game 2 of the series, fans chanted “f— you , Draymond” in Game 3. Green didn’t appreciate the taunts and made sure to troll Boston fans at every opportunity. during the Warriors championship celebration.

His trolling continued on the latest episode of his podcast, “The Draymond Green Show.”

“I have to say it didn’t hurt me to see the Boston Celtics fans suffer. These people were really rude to me last year and I love seeing them suffer,” Green said. …

“Boston Celtics fans will make excuses, and I don’t hear any of that (expletive). Because y’all are rude and I’m glad y’all lost. Not glad JT (Jayson Tatum) lost, but Boston Celtics fans, especially those of you in this arena, I’m glad you all lost. Because, like, stop being who you are. I’ve heard that before, but you know that I mean. Like, stop being like y’all are. At some point, you just can’t be like that.

After taking his victory lap, Green then blamed the Celtics for being a team still not built for bright lights. He also criticized Boston for the way they celebrated their Game 6 win over Miami, which ended with a wild buzzer-beater from Derrick White.

“The Boston Celtics are what we thought they were,” Green said. “They came on time and they didn’t look like they were ready at the moment. All of a sudden all the shots were short again. All of a sudden they looked like they weren’t ready. not being able to play basketball with their left hand. Suddenly they looked exactly like we thought they did.

“I texted a friend and said I wouldn’t be shocked if Boston comes out here and chokes. Because they’re going to go home and they’re going to feel like they’ve already won. If I’m on Team Miami and I saw the way they were celebrating and the things they were doing after Game 6, I immediately show it to my teammates like, ‘Look at these guys. they’ve already won something. Let’s go hit them.’ …

“I was saying to my friend, ‘I think Miami is going to win, because Boston is going to go home and relax.’ Because let’s face it, that’s the kind of stuff Boston has been doing for the past two years, and so it becomes your MO.

Green and the Warriors were eliminated by the Los Angeles Lakers in six games in the Western Conference Semifinals. The difference, of course, is that he and fellow Golden State stars Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson already have four NBA titles on their resumes. The Celtics haven’t won a league since 2008.

With his final remarks, Green certainly won’t give him a warmer welcome the next time he steps onto the grounds at TD Garden. If he’s trying to move up the ranks of Boston’s athletic villains, he’s doing an admirable job.

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