Editor's Note: The above video is from March 28, 2017.
When the Raiders were granted approval to move to Las Vegas, Warriors forward Draymond Green was among those who was unhappy with the decision to leave Oakland.
At the time, he told the media he wouldn't attend anymore Raiders games.
On Monday in Utah, prior to Game 4 of the Western Conference Semifinals against the Jazz, Green was asked about Marshawn Lynch joining the Raiders, a team he is boycotting.
"I have mixed feelings about it. But at the same time, they are still the Oakland Raiders and the team that he grew up watching his entire life. So it's like a dream come true for him. Obviously it being the last couple of years, if you can do it, he took advantage of that situation and made it happen. So I'm happy for him, just being able to live out that dream of playing in his hometown for the Raiders trying to bring a Super Bowl to The Town. I think that's great for him and that's great for the city of Oakland," Green said.
Then a reporter asked Green if he would end his boycott to watch his friend Lynch play.
"I thought about it, but yeah, it's still in effect," Green said. "I thought it about it though, but nah."
The Raiders acquired Lynch from the Seahawks on Wednesday, April 26. Lynch attended Oakland Tech High School and played at Cal. Lynch retired from the NFL following the 2015 season and did not play in 2016.
Draymond Green happy for Marshawn Lynch and Oakland on the signing, but says his game boycott still in affect because of Vegas move pic.twitter.com/TGTq7xdJNO— Anthony Slater (@anthonyVslater) May 8, 2017