Draymond is not happy that there will be no speech at the warrior parade

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Draymond Green talks to fans while celebrating the Warriors 2017 NBA Championship on June 15, 2017 in Oakland.

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Unlike previous years, it seems that the Warriors championship parade will not have a rally with speeches at the end of the route. And fans are not the only ones disappointed with this change.

Shortly after 1:30 on Monday, Draymond Green tweeted: “Nobody speaks at the parade? Yes, I think I’ll stay by the crib. ”


The parade begins at 11:20 a.m. on Market and Main streets in San Francisco, moving through the Market until it ends about a mile away on 8th Street. When the Warriors held championship parades in Auckland, the route ended at Lake Merritt, where players took to the interim stage to give speeches and communicate directly with fans.

Surprisingly, the green color was the highlight of this part of the parade. In 2015, he took the microphone and immediately warned fans (and his bosses) that he would “become controversial”. But he mostly made fun of coach Steve Kerr: “Every time I hit him, he complains,” Green joked. “So that’s why you see, every time I shoot, I look at him.” In 2017, Green used his speaking time to shoot LeBron James.

Of course, Green’s desire to stay at home today may be related to the relentless schedule of the Warriors’ games since they won the NBA title over the Celtics. On Thursday night, the team had fun in Boston before flying to the Gulf area, to turn around and hit clubs in Las Vegas.



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