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Draymond Green’s wife is sending a powerful message to Celtics fans

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The Boston Celtics beat the Golden State Warriors 2-1 in the NBA Finals. They stole Game 1 in San Francisco, lost Game 2 embarrassingly, but bounced back in Game 3 with a big win in Boston.

Boston reaped the rewards of stealing home field advantage Wednesday night as TD Garden rocked. It was the first time the NBA Finals had been held in Boston since 2010, and fans in the arena let the Warriors hear it.

Several times during the game, Celtics fans let go of Warriors star Draymond Green and chanted “F*** You, Draymond” chants. After the game, Green’s wife Hazel Renee posted an angry message on her Instagram story about the way Boston treated her husband. It read:

She wasn’t the only person to confront Celtics fans after the game, however, as Warriors head coach Steve Kerr also made a sly remark.

After the game, Kerr was asked how Boston’s crowd treated Green. He replied sarcastically Appeal to the fans “Classy. Very classy.” Anytime Green did something to upset the crowd, they let him hear it.

Kerr was also asked about Green’s performance in general as he struggled throughout game three. Still, the Golden State head coach says he remains confident in his star player.

“Yes, he had a tough game, but I trust Draymond the same way I trust anyone. You know, he always recovers individually from losses and from rough nights. He’ll be back on Friday,” Kerr explained.

Green finished Game 3 with two points, four rebounds and three assists. He also fouled out of play in the third quarter after 34:47.

Teammate Klay Thompson also had something to say to the Boston crowd after Game 3.

The star shooting guard doubled down on his trainer’s comments, calling the Boston audience “classy” and also criticizing them for swearing at children.

“We’ve played in front of rude people before. Drop F-bombs with kids in the crowd. Great. Nice job Boston,” Thompson said.

This sparked outrage from Celtics fans, as did Green himself cursed in front of his son during his post-game press conference, he said he played “like s***”.

Thompson ended Game 3 with 25 points, three rebounds and three assists in what was arguably his best game of the series so far. He shot 7 of 17 from field and 5 of 13 from three-point range.

Golden State will face the crowd again in Game 4, which begins this Friday, June 10 at 9:00 p.m. Eastern time in Boston.

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