On the same day Twitter rolled out a 280 character limit, Warriors star Draymond Green managed to steal the social media spotlight.
Draymond posted a picture of himself on Instagram Tuesday morning, using a conspicuously similar caption as LeBron James' post from the previous evening, which many believed was in reference to Kyrie Irving and the Celtics beating the Hawks.
In the age of Banana Boats, snake-in-the-grass emoji, and considering the pair's social media history, that led some to believe that Green was once again trolling his good friend.
He emphatically denied that was the case in a series of Twitter posts Tuesday afternoon, writing that if he really was going after LeBron, he'd be the first to say it.
FYI people should really stop making assumptions... I'm still trying to figure out how y'all made Bron post out to be about the Celtics...— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 7, 2017
Let alone me posting something to "troll" him and idk wth he even posted about... neither do y'all...— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 7, 2017
I just thought the pic was dope and that was my mood today... I'm always the first to say when I'm going at someone... and always will— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 7, 2017
So today my good people y'all shot and y'all missed!!! 😊😊😊— Draymond Green (@Money23Green) November 7, 2017
After all, Draymond usually puts any Cavs-related barbs on a t-shirt.