Draymond Green is a very polarizing figure in the NBA.

The Golden State forward is a national treasure to some and a blight on society to others.

Whatever camp you may be in, there's no denying this dude's entertainment value.

After his Warriors dispatched the Cavaliers in five games to claim another NBA title, many expected Green to go all scorched earth on everyone and everything involving Cleveland.

It appears that Green had this exact thought in mind.

Click over to The Daily Player to see what he settled for.

Cleveland's a port on the shores of Lake Erie, of course, so Fanorama is thinking the next time dude visits, he might wanna come to us first and stock up on a shipload of these silicone titanium steel friendship bracelets:

silicone titanium steel friendship bracelets

At $14.96 per bracelet, we're awaiting a huge order from Oakland at this very moment.

But fear not, we'll have more. Because you have friends and family. And some of them might be considering you when they draw up their will.

Our advice: Leave nothing to chance. See you at check-out.





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