Draymond Green didn’t let Domantas Sabonis off the hook for not exchanging pleasantries after the Golden State Warriors eliminated the Sacramento Kings in seven games.

Green claims he “lost respect” for the big man for darting towards the locker room following the 120-100 defeat.

“Lost a lot of respect for Sabonis,” Green said. “You don’t shake guys’ hands after you lose, I don’t respect that. I once left the court when we lost in Game 7 to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and I went to my locker room and I sat down and I said, ‘This don’t feel right,’ and I walked back out on the court and I showed everybody love. You lost. Deal with it. Pay your respect.”

Since then, a video has made the rounds showing Draymond Green doing the exact same thing five years ago. He proudly told the story during the Warriors’ championship parade about deliberately snubbing Tristan Thompson of the Cleveland Cavaliers after they beat them in the 2018 NBA Finals.

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The show of hubris clearly didn’t sit well with others who viewed his callout of Domantas Sabonis “hypocritical” when he himself has failed to abide by the unwritten rules he sets for others.

Draymond Green has never been shy to speak his mind when it comes to issues around the association. Love him or hate him, the Warriors star’s personality will certainly open himself up to flak.

Tristan Thompson is actually on the Lakers’ roster during these very playoffs. Should the Warriors end up faltering in the series, we’ll see if Green walks the walk with a chance to make things right with TT.