Draymond Green. (Jacob C. Palmer/S.F. Examiner)

Draymond Green. (Jacob C. Palmer/S.F. Examiner)

Draymond stands by his comments saying people from Cleveland aren’t sharp

OAKLAND — Draymond Green gets a positive reception in two NBA markets: the Bay Area and Detroit, which is close to his hometown.

Cleveland is absolutely not one of those cities.

After Game 4 on Friday, he said that fans there weren’t sharp.

He didn’t back down from those comments when pressed on them on Sunday at the Golden State Warriors practice facility.

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