On Wednesday, Draymond Green took to Instagram to deny the details, some of which painted a picture of Thompson landing the only punch in the alleged altercation.
During the fourth edition of Warriors versus Cavs in the NBA Finals, Draymond Green and Tristan Thompson got into a scuffle after getting tied up fighting for the ball at the end of Game 1.
Apparently, Thompson was still upset about all of that as late as the middle of July, because according to a report from Marcus Thompson, he tried to fight Green at an ESPYs after party in Los Angeles.
Like Bossip, Thompson reported that Durant and James intervened and that Green and Thompson continued with the party where "all involved ended up having a good time".
Referees need to be on high alert during next season's Warriors-Cavs matchups because LeBron won't be there to break up the next fight between Draymond and Tristan Thompson. Tristan Thompson has made more headlines for his personal life than he has for playing basketball, and this is yet another entry into that canon.
Back in June, Thompson and Green got into it during overtime in Game 1 and the trash-talk only got worse as the Warriors swept the Cavs easily. Thompson then pointed to the locker room and yelled at Green, perhaps signaling for him to meet him in the back after the game.
Of course, this rumor has not been confirmed and it's unclear exactly what happened between Thompson and Green.
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