Lebron James, Draymond Green Start Battle Of Trolling And Social Media Supremacy After Competing On NBA Court By Carie P. email@example.com | Jun 16, 2017 10:47 PM EDT Lebron James and Draymond Green just started their social media war and some reports were claiming that it was just the beginning. A lot of their fans noticed that the two were actually engaged in a battle of trolling and social media supremacy. After the Golden State Warriors won the championship title in the 2017 NBA Finals, the team celebrated their victory at the championship parade last Thursday. What made this parade and celebration controversial was the t-shirt that Draymond Green was wearing. According to Business Insider, Draymond Green was spotted wearing a shirt with a picture of Larry O'Brien Trophy plus the word, "Quickie". Some of the fans were quick to conclude that it was actually a reference to how the Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in addition to the Quicken Loans Arena, the home stadium of the Cavaliers. Watch video It can be recalled that last NBA season when the Cleveland Cavaliers won the championship title, Lebron James was also spotted wearing a shirt with the words, "Ultimate Warrior". Because of this, some of the NBA fans thought that Green took it as revenge. While Lebron James was too busy in the gym working and dancing, he also noticed Draymond Green's shirt. Without hesitation, he also took to social media his comments which became one of the Internet's most tried-and-true jokes. With that Lebron James immediately commented, "That's what she said." The social media users noticed this right away and they were fast to declare that Lebron James had won the social media war. Indeed, like what the fans have mentioned, James trolled the troller. To make things malicious, other NBA players also took part in the said social media war like JR Smith and Tristan Thompson who happen to be Lebron James' teammates. The two players from the Cavs also popped into the comments using some emojis. But some reports were claiming that the social media war between Draymond Green and Lebron James was already settled. The Golden State Warriors outsmarted Cleveland Cavaliers on the court in the recently concluded 2017 NBA Finals.