The Golden State Warriors' championship parade is a big day for Draymond Green, because it affords him many chances to talk trash and troll people, and those are two things the All-Star forward loves to do.
No, instead this had to do with back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the odd shots that were levied at him at the parade that he helped make happen.
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As expected, Durant declined his player option for next season in April, which makes him an unrestricted free agent. "Kevin Durant, look what he did for us previous year, he did us a great service", Myers told the Associated Press.
Interviewed on stage by broadcaster Bob Fitzgerald, when asked about his comments about giving Durant "whatever he wants", Myers backtracked and called it a joke leading to a rather awkward exchange with even head coach Steve Kerr chiming in to take a little shot at Durant.
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The 23-year-old staggered back with the gas-spewing canister embedded in his cheek, his shirt bloodied, before collapsing. Workers of political parties, religious groups and human rights organisations participated in the demonstrations.
'I'm just excited to be here with these guys. "That was just for the media", Myers said of his Monday statement.
Of course, much will depend on how the rest of the teams will manage to reinforce themselves in order to put an end to the Warriors' domination.
"While we were there, we had some fun with a Warriors fan", he explained. "I said, 'Tristan, we ain't cut the same'". With mic in hand, he casually roasted Durant, saying his free agency situation is different from that of Steph Curry a year ago.
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