Jaylen Brown seems to have fully enjoyed Draymond Green's summer pettyness.
The Celtics star responded to a clip showing that the Warriors star was discussing defending Brown in the 2022 NBA Finals, and Green "lost the dam." I tweeted.
At a live crossover event between Green's podcast and "Oldman&The Three," Green said the Celtics star "when he appeared in the media" and "[Brown's] heart. He said he knew that he had robbed him. And [I] said he was about to take down his shorts.
Brown reposted the clip in a tweet on Thursday, writing that "Draymond got a podcast and lost the heart of Dam .. you could never do it." The situation that Green referred to occurred in the NBA FinalsGame 2,, when two players got entangled in the second quarter, and Green pulled down Brown's shorts. It looked like it was. After another battle with Grant Williams, Green, who already had the skills at that time, did not receive a second rating. TheWarriors defeated the Celtics 107-88, in Game 2.
"I knew I was captivated when Jaylen Brown appeared in the media and said,'He tried to put down my shorts,'" Green said. "I knew it captivated him. I don't have it next year. I have to get it back next year and the next time I play them, but I Knew for the rest of the series, I had him. You knew you were standing on me and went to the media and said, "He put on my shorts. I was trying to get it down. " Like, own it.
After Game 2, Brown also said the Celtics weren't afraid of the Warriors. Green didn't forget it.
"Another thing he said, and I sent it to our team, he said," We're not afraid of the Golden State Warriors, "Green said. Said. "I sent it to our team in a group chat and said," We are afraid of the Golden State Warriors. "
"Because no one asked you to be afraid of us? Why is f–k talking about it? He said," We are not afraid of them. We do this and we do it. "I knew at that point. Yes, this is baby food. That's all. I'm leaving here for the championship.
This is exactly what the Warriors did after defeating the Celtics in six games and winning their fourth title in eight years.
Since collecting the fourth ring, Green has been using social media and podcast platforms to talk about trash and shed trolling tears.
The Celtics and Warriors will face each other twice during the regular season 2022-23.