Golden State Warriors capped off their magical 2021-22 NBA season by celebrating with their entire city in San Francisco. The team booked an open-air bus and paraded around the city with all members of the roster. During the parade, several players voiced their thoughts on winning the Larry O’Brien trophy and reflected on their incredible season.
One of these players who go on the mic was Golden State’s engine Draymond Green. While speaking to Rapper Mistah F.A.B who was co-hosting the parade coverage, Green was asked to revert back to his haters.
Uncanny as always, Green said, “If they ever doubted — this is live TV, right — f—k ’em,” he said, before walking away.”
"This is live TV right? F–k 'em!"
Draymond's feeling himself today 😂 pic.twitter.com/xa1htJyUgC
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) June 20, 2022
Game 6, I dominated: Green
The 2016 Defensive Player of the Year faced a lot of flack for his low-stat game over the season and especially during the finals. But his intangible impact on all players played a major role in their victory. Analysing his Finals performance, Green said, “Game 3, it just caught me off guard,” he said.
“Like you’ve heard crowds boo, and I never heard an entire crowd yell ‘F-you, Draymond.’ That was a different thing. And then you couple that with having a so-so game, and it’s like, ah, man. Then … going into Game 4, it was made out like, oh, he’s having this terrible series.”
“But if you know basketball, and you watch Game 1, I did not have a bad Game 1, and I had an incredible Game 2. And Game 3 was kind of like, terrible, awful. And Game 4 was not my best effort but not totally special. And Game 5, I was pretty solid. Came out with great energy. Game 6, I dominated.”