NBA star Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors is back at it again with the hilarious trolling of Cleveland Cavaliers front man LeBron James.
After beating James’ team in the NBA championship for the second consecutive year and the third time in the last four years, the Warriors celebrated their victory with a parade in Oakland Tuesday morning.
While most of his teammates wore official white “NBA Champions” T-shirts, Green attended the event sporting a black tee with a fist wearing three championship rings emblazoned on it with “Mood...” written beneath.
The symbol is a play on the popular “Arthur” meme, which uses a still image of the cartoon’s title character with his fist at his side to convey anger or frustration.
Earlier in the season, James posted the meme on Instagram with the caption “Mood…”
Green’s shirt is very clearly a reference to James’ previous post and meant as a nod to how many times the Warriors have defeated the Cavaliers in the finals.
However, this stunt marks the second time in a row that Green has used his shirt to send a message to James.
During last year’s victory parade, Green wore another black T-shirt that read “Quickie,” on the front, which had a double meaning. In addition to being a reference to the Cavs home court, Quicken Loans Arena, it was meant to be a subtle jab related to how quickly the Warriors were able to knock the Ohio team out of the championship.
Green deserves a round of applause for his brilliant trolling. Hopefully, James doesn’t take it too personally. After all, he’s no stranger to trolling, as he has famously used his shoes to send messages to President Donald Trump and New York Knicks player Enes Kanter.