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Draymond Green wouldn't miss a Warriors-Cavs game, even in Summer League

Green keeps piling on the trash talk.

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Draymond Green wants to see his Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in every way, even when it's Summer League. Green changed his flight to get into Las Vegas early once he heard the Cavs were the Warriors' first opponent, according to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports.

Green -- who was second to Kawhi Leonard in the Defensive Player of the Year voting -- has enjoyed his time as an NBA champion, especially at the expense of the team his Warriors beat in the NBA Finals.

On Thursday, Green shot back at Kyrie Irving, who said the Cavaliers would have won the Finals if healthy. "I think if I was 6'11 I would be Anthony Davis," Green said.

Green has kept the party going since having a blast at the Warriors' victory parade -- he also signed a five-year, $82 million dollar deal with Golden State this offseason.

He ran his mouth even before he was an NBA champion. It's going to take a lot to quiet him now. Until the Warriors falter, he deserves to keep on talking trash.