Rumor: LeBron James and Kevin Durant Break Up Fight Between Tristan Thompson and Draymond Green

On Tuesday, reports came out from Bossip that LeBron James and Kevin Durant had to break up a fight between Cavs Tristan Thompson and Warriors Draymond Green following the ESPY Awards earlier in July.

Both basketball players were in LA nightspot, Delilah, for a private afterparty following the ESPY Awards. Sources told Bossip that the Tristan socked Draymond with a two-piece, and got the better of the Warriors power forward.

It took both of their teammates (former for Tristan), to pull the two players apart, and shortly after the incident LeBron had enough and left the party following the alleged incident.

Thompson and Green haven’t gotten along recently, nearly getting into a fight during the NBA Finals last month when Green talked trash to Tristan.

Bossip reached out to the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors for comment on the situation.

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1 Comment on "Rumor: LeBron James and Kevin Durant Break Up Fight Between Tristan Thompson and Draymond Green"

  1. TT should’ve punched James while he was at it for leaving Cleveland again.

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