Draymond Green's mom goes off on officiating in Game 4


Draymond Green's mom goes off on officiating in Game 4

"Don't seem to be the sharpest people".

Amid all the individual excellence displayed on the floor and all the memorable, action-packed sequences between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors, Game 4 of these National Basketball Association finals will be remembered for one freakish turn of events.

In the middle of the third quarter when it appeared Green had collected his second technical of the game, which means an automatic ejection, Ray Charles' signature song, "Hit the Road Jack", began playing throughout the arena.

The officials acknowledged after the game they did not handle the situation very well.

If things head down this path once again at any point moving forward in the series, there could much more to come from Green's passionate mother.

Now headed back to Oracle Arena for Game 5, Green should be motivated to close out the Cavaliers as he hopes to avoid another face-to-face meeting with Cleveland fans next Thursday.

Green and Golden State coach Steve Kerr were simultaneously arguing a call in the first half when refs called a technical foul. "I don't know. That was pretty bad".

In 2015, Mary Babers Green told me that Draymond had tried to delete her Twitter account when she first started it because she "had no chill". "It happens every year".

"Yeah, they make me feel good", he said. "So shout out to them for the love".