Draymond Green Stands by Remarks Made About Cleveland

"I was looking at reality", Green quickly replied.

He certainly speaks his mind at all times regardless of the presence of microphones and recorders, sometimes because of the presence of microphones and recorders.

Green was asked whether he regretted the comment.

"We'll bounce back, " Green said.

"I knew I didn't [have a tech] so maybe I'm just a littler sharper than others then, huh?" I think everyone talks to officials. Take a look at what he had to say, courtesy of Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News. "I don't know. But they played "Hit The Road Jack" and I didn't have to hit the road, so I didn't think that was that sharp". When I say something, I've already thought about what I was going to say.

In Friday's Game 4, Green appeared to be on his way to being ejected after picking up what seemed to be his second technical foul of the game.

Needless to say, Green was not afraid to call out the referees and overall game officiating that got out of hand. Just having my emotions in place than I've ever felt. "I've kind of always been this way". I want to see how it feels to win at home. Monday, however, Green will be in uniform and able to make a direct impact on the game and its outcome. "Whatever you got to do, you got to do it". So we know what our keys to victory is. We know what we have to do in order to win this game. If you come to the game chanting my name, you at home thinking about me.

Maybe the Cavaliers, standing one defeat away from elimination, tried getting in his head. "So give Cleveland credit for their offense".

Irving hit seven, Kevin Love made six and JR Smith shot five of the Cavaliers' 24 treys in stopping the Warriors unbeaten postseason streak at 15 games.

Green all but promised there would not be a repeat of that kind of scoring from distance by the Cavs again.

Draymond: "They boo me and thought I had a tech I didn't have, so that wasn't sharp. I definitely expect them to match that effort, but I expect ours to be a lot better".

But there are two major differences in Game 5 this time. He says what he thinks and claims to think first about what he says. I'm not quite sure. I'm the emotional leader of this team. I'm more of a five-on-five guy. "So probably not. I probably won't be a part of the three-on-three matchup (at the Olympics)".

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