Tristan Thompson Punched Draymond Green In Nightclub Brawl

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Tristan Thompson #13 of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors exchange words in overtime during Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals at ORACLE Arena on May 31, 2018 in Oakland, California.

If you recall, the two almost came to blows in Game 1 of the 2018 NBA Finals and Green continued to taunt Thompson in the following days.

The Big Lead's Jason McIntrye tweeted that he heard Green was trying to apologize to Thompson when Thompson "leveled him with a punch", but The Athletic's Marcus Thompson reported that sources told him it was more like a "sucker punch" or a "face mush". We'll keep you updated on the most recent happenings.

Green and Thompson have been involved in numerous on-court incidents over the past few years.

NBA Rumors: Tristan Thompson Punched Draymond Green In Nightclub Brawl
Tristan Thompson punched Draymond Green outside LA club [report]

Draymond Green and Tristan Thompson got into an altercation at an ESPYs after-party in Los Angeles. At one point, our sources say they shook hands and the night went on without any more drama.

The two were quickly separated with James and Kevin Durant among the ones to intervene.

In response, Green posted his latest edition of trash talk to his Instagram account, calling the reports "inaccurate". Green tauntingly applauded and repeatedly said "get him out of here!"

"Both ballers were in the nightclub for a private party after the ESPY Awards July 18th, and we're told that Thompson - dad of baby girl True with Khloe Kardashian - socked Green with a two-piece, getting the better of the NBA Champion". "Draymond didn't go down". Green's comment after the Finals that he and Thompson weren't "cut from the same cloth" must have really irritated the Cavs big man if he was still willing to fight over it in the middle of July.

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