Draymond Green waves at fans during a parade and rally to celebrate the Warriors’ NBA championship on Thursday. (Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press)

LeBron James was wearing an “Ultimate Warrior” T-shirt when he got off the plane in Cleveland after the Cavaliers defeated the Warriors to win the NBA title last June. James later claimed his attire was a coincidence, not a shot at Golden State, and that it was the only clean shirt remaining in his bag. Sure, sure.

Coincidence or not, Warriors forward Draymond Green didn’t forget that scene, and he wasn’t going to miss the opportunity to exact some petty revenge after Golden State finished off the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals for the second time in three years this week. At the Warriors’ victory parade in Oakland, Calif., on Thursday, Green wore a custom T-shirt featuring the Larry O’Brien trophy and the word “Quickie.” The “Q” was identical to the logo for Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena.

“I can’t forget the Ultimate Warrior shirt last year from LeBron,” Green told CSN Bay Area. “The 3-1 tombstone cookies and all of that, so I was waiting on this moment, but definitely my guy, that’s family.”

Green, who admitted he’s “petty,” said he had an even crazier idea for a T-shirt design, but waited too long to have it made.

“Well, the Q, that’s what those guys’ arena’s called,” Green said of his shirt. “We got ’em out here quick, with the trophy. Quickie.”

Did James see Green’s “Quickie” shirt? Oh yes, he did. James posted a photo of Green from the parade on Instagram, and a caption straight out of “The Office.”

“That’s what she said, HUH?!?!?”

Other NBA stars, including James Harden and Russell Westbrook, liked James’s post, while Green got the last laugh for now.

Those weren’t Green’s only shots at James on Thursday. In remarks to the crowd at the Warriors’ celebration, he took aim at James’s denial, made immediately after his Cavaliers’ decisive Game 5 loss in the NBA Finals, that he had ever been part of a “superteam.”

“They wanna talk about superteams this, superteam that. ‘I never played on a superteam.’ You started the superteam, bro!” Green exclaimed.

Green then sarcastically told Kevin Durant, “We appreciate you joining the superteam,” adding “‘I never played on a superteam.’ That’s crazy.”

Would anyone be opposed to doing this all again next June?