Golden State Warriors fans celebrated their team’s second NBA championship in three years Thursday. The Warriors hosted their parade in the streets of Oakland. Just like the 2017 NBA Finals, the event was filled with excitement and playful banter.

Thousands of fans flooded the streets of downtown Oakland to cheer on their champions. The surrounded area was filled with an estimated 1.5 million spectators. A slew of celebrities and sports stars also made it to the celebration. Bay Area rappers E-40, Mistah F.A.B., G-Eazy and  Too $hort showed support to their hometown team. Retired baseball players Barry Bonds Rickey Henderson made appearances as well.

All the Warriors stars showed up: the Splash Brothers Steph Curry and Klay Thompson; the enforcer Draymond Green; and their newly added superstar and Finals most valuable player, Kevin Durant. Green in particular was met with overwhelming praise.

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The Warriors star forward showed up to the parade and trolled LeBron James in spectacular fashion. Green wore a graphic shirt that read “Quickie,” which featured the Cleveland Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena logo next to an image of an NBA championship trophy. The shirt was apparently a subtle jab at how easily the Warriors defeated the Cavaliers.

James was familiar with Green’s shrewd antics. During the championship parade in Cleveland, James wore an Ultimate Warrior shirt, poking fun at his team win over the Warriors. The shirt had social media in a tizzy. 

After James showed the world his brand new bald cut Thursday morning on Instagram, the star forward went on to address Green’s jokes.

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.... That's what she said, HUH?!?!? ____.

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Even the Warriors coach had some words regarding the antics.

"Sometimes I get tired of doing the humble thing, I want to be more like Draymond," coach Steve Kerr said during the parade. "I think we all wish we could be Draymond sometimes — look at his shirt. I love Draymond. We got a team full of humble Warriors, and then we got one guy that's just going to stir up the pot every day. And thank God we do, because we need that pot stirred."

Green proceeded with his jabs at James when he addressed the crowd during the parade. He poked fun at what James' said about superteams and never being a part of one.

Just like the Warriors almost perfect run in the playoffs at 16-1, the parade seemed to be a success. This offseason will give the other 29 teams a chance to make changes with hopes of celebrating a championship just like the Warriors did.