LeBron James is not going down silent.
It had been four days since the Golden State Warriors claimed their second NBA championship in the past three years. They defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday to win the series 4-1.
As usual, Golden State celebrated with a massive parade around the Bay Area, carrying the trophy, smoking cigars and celebrating with hundreds of thousands of fans lining the streets.
And there Draymond Green was, celebrating his second championship trophy with his teammates. But Green used the celebration as an opportunity to troll the Cavs. He wore a black T-shirt that seemed to poke fun at the Cavaliers’ arena that’s owned by Quicken Loans. Green’s shirt had the staple “Q” on it, but instead of spelling out Quicken, it spelled out “Quickie” with the Larry O’Brien Trophy.
The shirt seems to be a direct reference to Cleveland and how fast the Warriors got through the series against the Cavs. He was later asked what the shirt meant in an interview, and he described it to a reporter.
“The ‘Q’ that’s what those guys’ arena is called,” Green said. “We got them out of here quick, quickie.”
Green said that he was responsible for the idea of the shirt, and someone in the organization made the shirts. He said that the shirts were even made in Cleveland.
But the shirt didn’t sit well with James, who clapped back at Green on Instagram with a hilarious post.
LeBron posted a picture of Green celebrating with the shirt on and left the caption “that’s what she said, HUH?!?!?!”
See the post below: