Draymond Green hit a quick punch with his “Quickie” shirt at the Warriors championship parade, and he and LeBron James then traded jabs on Instagram.
Draymond Green was arguably the most entertaining aspect of the Golden State Warriors’ championship parade for their NBA Finals win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, as he pulled off whatever troll he could.
Mainly, Green made headlines for wearing a shirt with the word “Quickie” on it, next to a Larry O’Brien trophy. The shirt, in reference to the Cavaliers’ arena, the Quicken Loans Arena, also takes a little jab at how the Warriors took down last year’s champs in just five games.
The move comes a year after LeBron James wore an “Ultimate Warrior” t-shirt to the Cavaliers championship parade in Cleveland, which certainly caught the eye of those in Oakland.
Just a few hours after the shirt made its way down the streets in Oakland, LeBron gave a quick counter on Twitter as he took a break from his offseason training.
LeBron posted a picture of Green and his shirt on Instagram, with the caption: “…That’s what she said, HUH?!?!?”
The picture ironically got likes from Russell Westbrook and James Harden, both former teammates of Warriors forward Kevin Durant from their time with the Oklahoma City Thunder, and also got a comment from Cavaliers teammate Tristan Thompson, saying “Oo lawd … Welcome back bro.”
Green fired back with a post of his own, making fun of LeBron’s new bald haircut from his offseason training video.
While it may not be the most enjoyable thing to watch, many fans will surely hope to see another Warriors-Cavaliers Finals matchup next year to finally see a parade score settled between LeBron and Green, with the winner eventually getting the last laugh in the t-shirt game.
At least LeBron took the move with a sense of humor, and is back on social media after his playoff hiatus.