Warriors' Green will be on the court for this Finals Game 5

Draymond Green loves to play the heel.

He certainly speaks his mind at all times regardless of the presence of microphones and recorders, sometimes because of the presence of microphones and recorders.

"Absolutely not", Green said sounding insulted anyone would think that would be the case. "But I thought I heard the announcer say, the P.A. announcer say, that it was on Draymond". "I thought I deserved it".

"I just try to play basketball", Green said. Because I'm a lot smarter than people think. At least if I'm going to get 'em, let me earn them.

Green, asked if he noticed the scorer's table's mistake: "Nah, I really don't pay much attention to anyone in Cleveland, honestly".

Green though said he wasn't bashing the Cleveland fan base, just giving his opinion.

Green knows there are those out there who wish he wasn't so confrontational all the time, but in his mind, he's got to be him. Just having my emotions in place than I've ever felt. "I've kind of always been this way".

So it should come as no surprise that Green has every intention of hoisting that Larry O'Brien trophy on his home court Monday night.

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Doris Burke, ABC sideline reporter, during the game: "I've checked with the men at the officials" table. "You get punched in the face, you want to respond".

"We know that champions don't die". If you come to the game chanting my name, you're at home thinking about me. But he's learned how to focus that intensity. "I expect that (Monday)".

The Cavs showed what they're capable of doing when everything clicks on both ends, scoring a record 86 points in the first half of Friday's 137-116 win to extend the series and postpone any Warriors plans for a victory parade. He was 1-for-6 on 3-pointers and is shooting 25 percent from beyond the arc in the series, the continuation of a steady slide downward since he made more than half of his 3-pointers in the opening round against Portland. "So give Cleveland credit for their offense".

"We'll bounce back", Green said.

That incident established Green's status as a villain in Cleveland.

"No, I feel this is the game we've got to get", he said, "or it's over".

Tyronn Lue, Cavaliers coach: "Mike Callahan told me that the first one they called was on Steve Kerr".

But Green stood stoically on the floor, then egged on the crowd to raise the decibel level of their jeers toward him. But evidently he said no, it was on Steve Kerr, the first one. But going over the edge isn't going to win me a championship. I'm not quite sure. I'm more of a five-on-five guy. I'm trying to stay locked in. "So probably not. I probably won't be a part of the three-on-three matchup (at the Olympics)".

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