2022 NBA Finals: Draymond Green and Grant Williams split after brief fanfare

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Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green was feeling the heat from the Boston Celtics crowd in Game Three of the NBA Finals Wednesday night.

Green could hear TD Garden fans chanting “Draymond sucks” at him as the Celtics jumped to 33-22 at the end of the first quarter.

Grant Williams #12 of the Boston Celtics and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors argue in the second quarter during Game Three of the 2022 NBA Finals at TD Garden on June 08, 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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The former Michigan State star then got into a brief rant with Celtics forward Grant Williams in the second quarter. Williams has been subpoenaed for an illegal screen foul on Green. The Warriors striker hit the deck and woke up chirping at Williams.

Grant Williams #12 of the Boston Celtics and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors argue in the second quarter during Game Three of the 2022 NBA Finals at TD Garden on June 08, 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.

Grant Williams #12 of the Boston Celtics and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors argue in the second quarter during Game Three of the 2022 NBA Finals at TD Garden on June 08, 2022 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Green started to clap as Williams walked towards him and the two had to be separated. No technical errors were made and play resumed.

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The outspoken Warriors star was rocking some feathers during the NBA Finals. In Game 2, he is seen tied up with Celtics big man Al Horford. His intensity definitely played a role in how the Warriors were able to separate themselves from the Celtics in the second half.

“I wouldn’t be able to live with myself if I was going to go through the summer and we lost the NBA Finals because we couldn’t stand the force hard,” Green said before Game Three on Tuesday, via ESPN. “So I guess that was kind of for me, and understanding that, like I said, this is my department. This is where I’m supposed to lead, and I can’t let my buddies down.

Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) leads Golden State Warriors (23) during the first quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in Boston.

Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) leads Golden State Warriors (23) during the first quarter of Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in Boston.
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“You make it to the NBA Finals, the body and the strength of the meet is important. It’s just something you have to bring into this game…When I saw the movie, and even how I felt, I didn’t think they felt enough. You can’t get to this point. , to this level, and the reason you lose is because the team didn’t feel you. That’s a shame. You have to lose once you get to that level because the team was better than you.”

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