Draymond Green and Tristan Thompson got into an altercation at an ESPYs after-party in Los Angeles.
Green and Thompson got into a minor scuffle in the final moments of Game 1 of the 2018 Finals.
Thompson pointed towards the exit to invite Green to meet him outside.
“I can’t meet him outside (of an NBA game) because I’ll still get fined,” Green told reporters after Game 1. “But I can meet him in the streets any day. … In the summers, you can meet anybody. But all that meet me outside, meet me at the bus, I ain’t going for that. But if he want to see me somewhere else, that’s fine. Any time.”
After Game 4, Thompson was rebuffed by Green when he attempted to shake his hand.
“We ain’t cut from the same cloth,” Green said.
Green and Thompson were guests of LeBron James at Delilah in west Hollywood.
According to sources, Thompson attacked Green out of nowhere.
“It was a sucker punch,” said one source who attended the party. “But, to be honest, it wasn’t really a punch. It was more like a shove.”
Another source described it as a face mush while other reports described it as a legit punch.
The two were quickly separated with James and Kevin Durant among the ones to intervene.
The party continued with Green and Thompson co-existing without incident.
“Man, that wasn’t no fight,” one source said. “It was much ado about nothing.”