Draymond Green is very demonstrative on the court and is known for wearing his emotions on his sleeves.
When asked if Draymond is being more pesky and annoying in the series against the Thunder, Steven Adams didn't hold back.
"I think he's peaked with annoyingness," Adams told reporters.
Midway through the second quarter of Game 2, Draymond took a rebound and dribbled down the floor.
He attacked the basket and scored on Adams. In the process, Adams was the recipient of a knee below the belt.
Draymond yelled "And one!" and appeared to have some words for Adams, who was bent over in pain.
Earlier in the game, Festus Ezeli went for a rebound and landed on Adams' back. It took a while for Adams to get up off the ground, and he walked gingerly to the sideline.
How is his body feeling now?
"It was painful, mate. Painful one," he told reporters on Friday. "Just trying to recover (smiling)."
"I won't name it, but I'm still a man," Adams answered as several media members laughed. "That's all that matters (chuckling). That's all I was concerned about. So that one's fine."
Steven Adams on if Draymond Green's roaming defense makes him more annoying: "He's peaked with annoyingness" pic.twitter.com/jxqBT0KTGZ— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) May 20, 2016
Green going coast to coast! https://t.co/hQxMEOpXlC— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) May 19, 2016
Steven Adams on Draymond Green being more pesky and annoying this series: "I think he's peaked with annoyingness."— Royce Young (@royceyoung) May 20, 2016
Steven Adams on recovering from his rough Game 2: "I wouldn't name it, but I'm still a man." pic.twitter.com/Xr1CzSKZWX— Royce Young (@royceyoung) May 20, 2016