Draymond Green ruthlessly roasts Celtics with NBA Finals giveaway shirt

During their quest for an 18th NBA Finals championship, the Boston Celtics provided fans with a t-shirt with a blank banner in Game 4.

If they had won the series against the Warriors, #18 would have fitted nicely into the space. However, what they haven’t considered is the trolling job they would endure at the hands of Draymond Green if they lost.

After Golden State clinched their fourth Finals win in eight seasons in Game 6 at the TD Garden on Thursday night, Green showed his signature on Friday by making some additions to the Celtics jersey.

Over the blank banner, Green scrawled “WARRIORS” with two arrows pointing to the previously blank board. He added: “NO!! Maybe in 23 inches with two more arrows inside the square.

In addition to the excellent T-shirt roast, Green spent his morning in a receipt-filled Twitter tirade as he called out naysayers and others who doubted him and his team during the Warriors’ incredible playoff run.

It’s clear Green is taking no prisoners as he basks in the glory of his fourth NBA title. What’s not so clear is why the Celtics didn’t see this coming, although some immediately predicted the shirts could backfire.

And Green was the most likely person to jump at the opportunity, having endured a relentless Boston audience throughout the series.

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He’s also right – the Celtics are talented and could very well be in the finals again next season.

If so, they should think further ahead when designing their shirts.

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