Draymond Green, a standout for the Golden State Warriors, is never afraid to express his frank opinions. According to Bleacher Report and The Volume Sports, Green, who even comically supported the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Semifinals, is now “happy” that Boston fell to the Miami Heat in Game 7.
Green added, “Y’all rude and I’m happy y’all lost. Boston Celtics fans will make excuses, but I ain’t hearing none of that s**t.” I’m glad Boston Celtics supporters, especially those of you at the arena, lost, even if I’m not happy Jayson Tatum (Jayson Tatum) lost.
Green then issued Celtics supporters a brutally frank piece of advise.
Green said, “Because, like, stop being who you are. You understand what I mean, but I’ve heard that before. Stop acting the way you do, please… You simply can’t be that way forever.
But Draymond Green wasn’t finished. The Celtics’ performance against the Heat in Game 7 was then the subject of his scathing appraisal.
“The Boston Celtics are exactly what we expected them to be. When the opportunity presented itself, they did not appear to be prepared.
The Boston team has talent. In reality, the majority of NBA observers thought the Boston Celtics were significantly more talented than Miami. However, The Heat never faltered and took action when required. Despite having a strong roster, the Celtics’ inability to perform under pressure was evident in game 7.