The obscenity-filled chants against Draymond Green have been a hot topic after the conclusion of Game 3. His Golden State Warriors teammates in Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson didn’t like it one bit. His own wife even called out the Boston Celtics fans in attendance.

Not surprisingly, the Celtics players themselves aren’t exactly pining for their fans to tone it down. Grant Williams, who Draymond is constantly chirping with on the court, had a message that the Warriors star likely won’t appreciate.

Via Taylor Wirth of NBC Sports Bay Area:

“Not the worst things I’ve heard, I feel like,” Williams told reporters. “Some of those chants, you just accept. Some people respond to them well, some embrace them; others, they shy away from them.”

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Grant Williams emphasized further what he appreciates about the fans in Boston. Before they were out here chanting F-bombs in unison against their most hated Warriors player, they were keeping their own Celtics players in check, particularly during their not-so-sexy start to the season.

“I feel like the Garden fans don’t hold back. That’s what I love about them. They’re going to be there for you on the positive side, and they’re going to let you know whether you’re doing the right thing or not. When we were losing last year, they were doing the same thing to us. So we respect it.”

With the Warriors and Celtics going back at it in Game 4, don’t expect the fans to tone it down for even just one decibel. How Draymond Green responds to the noise will be a big factor in determining what the series score is going back to Golden State.