The 2017 playoff run has seemingly been very easy for the Cleveland Cavaliers so far. They have won both their first and second round series by way of a sweep, 4-0. And while the same story has been going on for the Golden State Warriors as they have also started with two sweeps, Draymond Green seems to think it's been different or harder for his team.

Draymond Green wishes Cavaliers had better competition

Golden State Warriors superstar power forward, Draymond Green is unhappy with the level of competition the Cleveland Cavaliers have been up against so far in the 2017 NBA playoffs.

Taking shots at the Indiana Pacers and Toronto Raptors, considering them to be lacklustre opponents. Green talked about the situation in the Warriors shootaround practice prior to game four of the Golden State-Utah series. Draymond stated:

"I thought teams would compete a little harder." Saying that the Spurs vs Rockets series is an example of high level basketball. He added:

"When you watch Cleveland play, you're only watching one side of the good basketball. That's weak. I like watching a good game... I like to watch teams playing good basketball."

Draymond finished by suggesting that when he watches the Cavs play, their opponents aren't doing much out there. They look like rookies, afraid of the big moments.

Draymond also added that the situation with the Warriors shouldn't be compared to the Cavaliers one because Utah are "playing good basketball". Adding that the brand of basketball the Utah Jazz play is a lot better than that of the Cavs playoff opponents so far.

After the Warriors defeated the Jazz to finish off the sweep in game four, Draymond once again mentioned the topic in the interview.

A topic that has been sitting in his mind. Green said:

"I think Cleveland's been playing great basketball... it's been amazing. And then you watch the other teams they are playing against. Not so much... that's just my opinion though."

Draymond seems very content on the notion that the Cavs opponents are just plain trash. But he doesn't seem to notice, the greatness of King James and the performance of Cleveland, which usually makes opponents look lost.

But he fails to give credit to Cleveland.

They will likely meet again

This year could mark the first time in NBA history two teams have faced off against eachother in three straight NBA finals. In 2015 the Warriors faced the injury riddled Cavaliers and won the series in six games, led by finals MVP Andre Iguodala. After the best regular season record in NBA history, the Warriors once again strutted to the NBA finals and yet again were met by the Cleveland Cavaliers. This series was one of the most watched in NBA history as the Cavs came back from being down 3-1 to pull of a miracle comeback led by the greatness of Kyrie Irving and LeBron James. And with the NBA finals looming, just under a month away. We ask the question. Will they meet eachother once again? And who will take the series victory this time?