Draymond takes shot at LeBron over super team comments

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Two years ago, Green had a video of his trash talk on the Cavaliers at the parade go viral with his infamous "Nope" rant.

LeBron James was wearing an "Ultimate Warrior" T-shirt when he got off the plane in Cleveland after the Cavaliers defeated the Warriors to win the National Basketball Association title last June.

He later told reporters he was just being petty and that it was a response to the Ultimate Warrior shirt James wore as he arrived back in Cleveland after a Game 7 win a year ago.

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Last year, James wore an "Ultimate Warrior" T-shirt to the Cavaliers' victory parade after he famously led Cleveland back from a 3-1 deficit to defeat Golden State in the Finals.

National Basketball Association stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook "liked" the post, too.

Draymond Green trolled LeBron James during the NBA Championship Parade in Oakland on Thursday. But Twitter is focusing on Draymond Green's "Quickie" shirt.

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With the shirt making the rounds, James also made a decision to issue a response.

Green added that the idea was his own. It's okay, though. LeBron quickly shot back on Instagram.

Here's a look at the Quicken Loans arena logo, for some reference. Westbrook sat at home after the Oklahoma City Thunder's elimination and watched his former teammate Kevin Durant, who bolted from the Thunder for the Warriors last offseason, win his first NBA Championship.

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