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Draymond Green at Warriors title parade: 'F---everyone'

Draymond Green at Warriors title parade: ‘F—everyone’

Unlike past years, the Warriors Championship Parade You won’t end up with a big crowd with speeches at the end of the road. Just after 1:30 a.m. on Monday, Draymond Green tweeted, “Nobody talking on the show? Yes, I think I’ll stay in the crib.”

Instead, the day’s San Francisco parade began with a short show in front of a small crowd of fans at the Embarcadero. The show included an introduction to support staff as well, such as security staff, trainers, and others. Then hours later, after Green complained about the lack of sermons, he took the microphone briefly to express his thoughts.

After a long, provocative silence, Green said, “I’m trying to think of the most controversial things I can say.”

“I don’t know what you want me to tell you,” he added. β€œAre we better than everyone else? … I will continue to destroy people on Twitter and Instagram stories.”

And in true Draymond fashion, he ended his comments with, “It always works for everyone. Thank you all!”

The show begins at 11:20 a.m. on the market and main streets of San Francisco, heading to the market until it ends about a mile away on 8th Street. As the Warriors held championship rallies in Oakland, the trail ended at Lake Merritt, where players moved onto a makeshift stage to give speeches and interact directly with the crowd.

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Greene was, unsurprisingly, a highlight of this segment of the show. In 2015, take the microphone He immediately warned fans (and his bosses) that it “would stir up controversy.” But he mostly mocks coach Steve Kerr: “Every time he hits, he complains,” Green joked. “That’s why you see, every time I shoot, I look at him.” In 2017, Green used his speaking time to take Shots on LeBron James.

Of course, Greene’s stay-at-home joke today may have to do with the Warriors’ relentless party schedule since their NBA title win over the Celtics. Thursday evening team Share in Boston Before heading back to the Bay Area, just to turn around and Hit the clubs in Las Vegas.