So, for the second straight year, the Warriors forward combined two things that bring him joy by appearing at Golden State's National Basketball Association title celebration Tuesday in a T-shirt that took gleeful aim at LeBron James.
The team-friendly deal allowed Golden State to keep some of its role players - like Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston - which helped propel them to their second-straight NBA Championship, their third in four years. A year ago he wore a T-shirt with the word "Quickie" on it, rendered in the style of the logo for Quicken Loans, the title sponsor of the Cavs' home arena.
However, on Tuesday, during the parade, Myers' tune seemed to change.
Warriors general manager Bob Myers told reporters Monday that when it comes to Durant contract negotiations, he just wants the back-to-back NBA Finals MVP happy. A group of Warriors fans from Vallejo have been waiting since 6:30 a.m., ready to celebrate. In any event, Green wasn't content Tuesday to take a shot at just one member of the Cavaliers.
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The fact of the matter is, we just cut from a different cloth.
Now remember Thompson was the one who told Green to meet him outside after they got into a scuffle toward the end of the Warriors' OT win over the Cavaliers in Game 1.
No, instead this had to do with back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the unusual shots that were levied at him at the parade that he helped make happen.
But Myers walked back his claim at the Warriors championship parade by making an odd joke on stage at Durant's expense. Meanwhile, all James could do was watch from home, but at least he could do so in the knowledge that, at least as far as Green was concerned, he was not forgotten.