Golden State Warriors will not be the first team in NBA history to go undefeated in the playoffs. Thanks to amazing performances from LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to win their first game of this year's NBA Finals and they are now down 3-1 in the series. While the Warriors are only a win away from winning a championship, this victory gave a lot of hope to the Cavaliers and their fans, and it definitely made the series much more interesting.

Cavaliers fans gave the much-needed support to their team last night, and they are a big reason why their team blew the Warriors out by 21 points.

However, they also targeted Draymond Green and tried to annoy him by chanting "Draymond sucks" during the third quarter of the game. Green did not let this go as he responded to the Cavaliers fans, firing back at them.

'Not the sharpest people'

The Golden State Warriors forward said he wasn't bothered by the chants during the game. "I don't pay attention to people in Cleveland honestly," Green said, according to Anthony Slater. "Don't seem to be the sharpest people." While Green's comments were quite insulting, it was expected he'd say something like that as the fans had some harsh words for him too.

Draymond Green commented about the Cavaliers fans are the third game of the series as well.

Apparently, the fans in Cleveland heckled his mother, and the superstar forward talked about it. "They're fine, it happens every year. Fans here are just rude. My mom can hold her own, though, she's good."

It could be said that the Cavaliers fans have crossed the line. However, Draymond Green was in this situation before and he knows what it means to play in the NBA Finals.

The opposing fans won't be nice, especially when you go to their arena.

The Warriors were outplayed

Cleveland Cavaliers set the record for most three-pointers in NBA Finals history with 24. They shot 52.9 percent from the field and 53.3 percent from beyond the arc en route to a big win over the Warriors. Draymond Green had a double-double with 16 points and 14 rebounds while Kevin Durant once again led the team in scoring with 35 points.

On the other side, LeBron James had another triple-double with 31 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists. Kyrie Irving added 40 points for the defending champions while Kevin Love scored 23 points. The Cavaliers also got 15 points from J.R. Smith and Tristan Thompson finally looked like his old self, as he grabbed 10 boards in the game.