The Warriors dismantled the Cavs on Monday night, 132-98.
After the game, Magic Johnson sent out the following tweet:
"Golden State with the lopsided win, let Cleveland know that even if the Cavs were at full strength, they still would've won the championship."
On Tuesday morning, Draymond Green weighed on on Magic's declaration.
"I agreed with that tweet before the tweet, after the tweet, during the tweet (laughter)," Draymond said on KNBR 680. "I definitely agree with it. Stuff happens throughout the course of an NBA season that's out of their control and ours. We can't really control who they have on the floor. All we can do is go out and play against who they do put on the floor."
Magic was referring to the fact that Kevin Love missed the whole 2015 NBA Finals, and Kyrie Irving only played in Game 1.
"It was unfortunate that Kryie and Kevin Love were hurt," Draymond explained. "But at the end of the day, that's really not our fault and we won the championship. I don't think there would have been a difference if they weren't (hurt)."