Steve Kerr, Klay Thompson’s sarcastic thoughts on Celtics fans’ Draymond jeers

Draymond Green got a deafening ear, including a chant that included a four-letter word, from Boston Celtics fans at TD Garden during the Warriors’ 116-100 loss in Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday.

After the game, some members of the Warriors made their thoughts on vulgarity pretty clear.

“We’ve played in front of rude people before,” Klay Thompson told reporters. “Dropping F-bombs with children in the crowd. Really good. Good job Boston.”

Head coach Steve Kerr had a more succinct answer: “Great. Very noble.”

The chants probably weren’t the main reason for Green’s poor performance, with just two points, three assists and four rebounds before he fouled in the fourth quarter.

But he was booed during pre-game introductions and whenever he touched the ball.

Having tens of thousands of people cheering for him on the biggest stage isn’t a new experience for Green. And opposing fans are expected to be passionate and emotional, especially during the NBA Finals.

But for Kerr and Thompson, Celtics fans went a little too far on Wednesday.







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