Dillon Brooks Shrugs Off Klay Thompson's Taunt As Grizzlies Split Series With Warriors

Photo: Instagram/Dillon Brooks 

Following the Memphis Grizzlies' dominant victory over the Golden State Warriors on Saturday, Klay Thompson was caught on camera taunting the Memphis bench by counting to four with his fingers, indicating his four NBA  championship rings to their zero.

However, Dillon Brooks, who has been mocking the Warriors every chance he gets, brushed off Thompson's trash talk as "friendly."

Brooks acknowledged that winning a championship remains the Grizzlies' goal and that Thompson's comment did not faze him.

Photo: Instagram/Dillon Brooks 

Still, he couldn't resist firing a rebuttal of his own at the Warriors star."We want a ring," Brooks said in response to Thompson's ring count.

"He's got four rings, that's all he was saying." Brooks then added, "I just hold a lot of real estate over there in San Francisco."

Despite Brooks' response, many Grizzlies fans were quick to mock Thompson's trash talk, arguing that it proved the current Warriors team has nothing to be proud of and is simply looking back at their past wins.

The Grizzlies-Warriors series ended in a 2-2 split, and the two teams may only meet again in the playoffs if Golden State qualifies.

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Source: Clutch Points 

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