Emotions ran out at the end of Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday after a fight broke out and Tristan Thompson seemed to push the basketball into Draymond Green's face.
Thompson was fined $ 25,000 later, but Green was seen telling Thompson to "find him out" while the Cavaliers forward went off the field. Apparently, Green wanted to say what he said and does not back off from the challenge, as long as he does not lose money in the process.
"I can not find it outside (the arena), because I'll still get a ticket," Green said, according to USA Today. "But I can find him on the streets any day, so you can say (that) someone (should) meet you on the bus, (but) I'm not (going), I'm going to continue taking care of my family, I'm not going to find you on the bus.
"But you know (in) summers, you can meet anyone anywhere," he continued. "So all that & # 39; Meet me outside, find me on the bus & # 39 ;, as if I was not interested in not give money for that. But if you want to see me somewhere else, it's fine, anytime. "
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Green went on to explain that the expected emotions will be high in a series like this when both teams are running in a title.  "You're trying to win a championship, so there must be emotions involved," Green said, "and if not, then the emotions of whoever is not involved should go sit somewhere." This is what you're working for. all of life, so it must continue. "
Game 2 of the NBA Finals is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET Sunday.