LeBron James and Draymond Green Take Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Golden State Warriors Rivalry Online

The Golden State Warriors will resume their rivalry with the Cleveland Cavaliers when the new NBA season begins on October 20.

In the meantime, it appears LeBron James and Draymond Green are going to do their best to keep the pot bubbling.

Green, the Warriors' starting power forward, trolled James on Thursday during the franchise's championship parade by sporting a "Quickie" T-Shirt in reference to Quicken Loans Arena, the Cavaliers' home.

James fired back on Instagram, reposting the picture of Green and writing, "That's what she said, HUH?!?!?"

But Green wasn't done. Later at the championship parade he took to the stage and mocked James for his post-Finals claim that he "didn't believe" in superteams and had never played for one.

"And can somebody give Bob [Myers, Golden State Warriors general manager] some f****** credit?" Green said. "They wanna talk about superteams this, superteam that. 'I never played on a superteam.' You started the superteam, bro. I ain't join a superteam. Hey Slim [Kevin Durant], I don't know what you just did Slim but you did something to them boys."

He then made fun of James's new bald haircut, screen-shotting a clip from James' video and posting it to his own Instagram. "Them dubs finally made him go bald!!! Congrats bro @kingjames."

All in jest, maybe. But do Green and the Warriors really want to poke an already fired-up James?