Draymond Green said the multiple reports of Tristan Thompson punching him in the face at an ESPYS' afterparty aren't true.
"I've enjoyed y'all stories and talk shows over the last couple days," he wrote on Instagram. "Them joints inaccurate doe G ... They may want to cancel that parade too."
The parade that Green referred to was set up by Cleveland Cavaliers' fans after they heard about Thompson punching him.
"Parade in Cleveland on October 13th at 3:10 p.m.," the post reads. "We would all like to punch Draymond in the face, so we need to celebrate someone who (probably) did."
Draymond also posted another message about the parade and said Cav fans should probably go ahead with it.
"Nah, keep the parade," he wrote. "That city won't have any for a while. I forgot Bron left. Lastly, I'm only telling y'all them facts are off because ma dukes was tired of y'all talking. I really didn't care."
Draymond Green took to IG last night to, um, address reports that the Cavaliers’ Tristan Thompson punched him on ESPYs night. pic.twitter.com/edebeqlXL0— Rachel Nichols (@Rachel__Nichols) August 2, 2018
But it seemed Draymond did care when Charles Barkley said he wanted to punch him in the face a while back. Eventually, the two spoke on Inside the NBA and squashed whatever problems they had.
Do you believe that Tristan really punched Draymond ?