Amid the Cleveland Cavaliers' lackluster 4-6 start, LeBron James this week made headlines when he uploaded on Instagram an "Arthur’s fist" meme with the word "mood." Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green on Thursday posted a "mood" picture of his own, which many on social media claimed had trolled James.

Green, who has a reputation as an antagonizer on the court, posted a picture of himself smiling with a caption that read "Mood." The thinly veiled slight against James wasn't lost on many social media users.



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When former Cavs star Kyrie Irving scored 35 points for the Boston Celtics in Monday’s win over the Atlanta Hawks, James took to Instagram and posted the meme, which many assumed reflected James' frustration.



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Green and James have faced off in the last three NBA Finals. The Warriors won in 2015 and 2017, while the Cavs won in 2016. During the Warriors' championship parade in June, Green trolled the Cavs with a t-shirt that read "Quickie" — a play on the Cavs' home court of Quicken Loans Arena and since Golden State won the title in just five games.

Despite the Cavs' slow start this season, the Cavs still have the second-best odds to win the NBA title at 4/1. The Warriors are the odds-on favorite at 2/3.