Draymond Green takes jab at Tristan Thompson during Warriors parade

Posted June 13, 2018

Following Cleveland's upset of Golden State in the 2016 Finals, James was spotted exiting his team's flight home in a T-shirt that ostensibly paid homage to the former WWE wrestler The Ultimate Warrior.

For the third time in the last four years, the city of Oakland will host an NBA Championship parade on behalf of the Golden State Warriors.

"Sometimes you don't negotiate", Meyers said, via USA Today.

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Championship parades are among the happiest experiences athletes can have, except that Draymond Green is never so happy as when he's getting under a rival's skin. "Kevin Durant, look what he did for us a year ago, he did us a great service", Myers told the Associated Press.

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As expected, Durant declined his player option for next season in April, which makes him an unrestricted free agent.

'I'm just excited to be here with these guys.

The Warriors opted against the post-parade rally, which is typically loaded with awkward, memorable, meme-able moments referenced long into the future. "That was just for the media", Myers said of his Monday statement. Even coach Steve Kerr joined in on the fun and walked up to fans to sign autographs.

"And there ended the Warriors' cohesion right there", Fitzgerald finished. A group of Warriors fans from Vallejo have been waiting since 6:30 a.m., ready to celebrate. "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'".

Durant signed a below-market, two-year deal worth $51 million last year.