Draymond Green All Smiles with LeBron Before Alleged Tristan Thompson Fight

Draymond Green All Smiles with LeBron Before Alleged Tristan Thompson Fight

Draymond Green All Smiles with LeBron Before Alleged Tristan Thompson Fight

Thompson reports that Tristan attacked Green "out of nowhere", and a source called the attack a "sucker punch", while another said it was more of a "face mush".

The two National Basketball Association players reportedly got into a fistfight in a Los Angeles nightclub, just a month after Green's Golden State Warriors won another championship over Thompson's Cleveland Cavaliers in a finals series where they figured in on-court altercations.

Green and Thompson got into a minor scuffle in the final moments of Game 1 of the 2018 Finals. Then as Thompson walked away, he pointed as if to say that they should meet outside.

The report goes on to note that it was none other than LeBron James and Kevin Durant who broke up the fight.

Near the end of Game 1 of the Finals, Draymond Green and Tristan Thompson got into a bit of an altercation. After the Warriors completed a sweep of the Cavs, Green refused to offer Thompson the customary handshake before he left the floor.

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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. Both ballers were in the nightclub for a private party after the ESPY Awards July 18th, and we're told that Thompson - dad of baby girl True with Khloe Kardashian - socked Green with a two-piece, getting the better of the NBA Champion.

Although noticeably in gameplay Green comes across as the aggressor, McIntyre reveals that it was Thompson who wasn't trying to hear the peace talk off the court. "But, to be honest, it wasn't really a punch". Several NBA stars, among them LeBron and Kevin Durant, intervened.

Neither Green nor Thompson have commented about the incident and neither team has released a statement regarding the conduct as well.

It'll be interesting to see if the two are cordial when the Cavs and Warriors suit up against each other in a few months.

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