Ahead of Wednesday's clash between the two teams, the first since LeBron left for Los Angeles this summer, Green posted a short video to his Instagram, where he trolls the Cavs by making reference to Stephen Curry's "champagne comments" from 2016. Durant pulled down 10 rebounds and handed out nine assists.
Green is referring to a controversial quote Curry made during the 2015-16 season, a year after the Warriors clinched the National Basketball Association title in Cleveland for the first time. Its interim coach, Larry Drew, initially dragged his feet about accepting his new role within the organization, and multiple stars - including J.R. Smith and Kevin Love - made it clear they wanted out. Tristan Thompson finished with 14 points and 19 rebounds.
"Our talent took over in the second half", Kerr said.
The Warriors improved to 17-9 - still fourth in a Western Conference led by the Denver Nuggets, who edged the Orlando Magic 124-118 in overtime for a seventh straight victory that pushed their record to 17-7.