Steven Adams.

Watch: Steven Adams unleashes a hellacious dunk on Draymond Green

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Draymond Green caused quite the stir last week when he accidentally - or so it has been interpreted by the NBA - kicked Steve Adams of the Oklahoma City Thunder in groin during game three of the Western Conference Finals.

To the surprise of many, the Golden State Warriors man escaped a suspension and has played a vital role in helping the Dubs recover a 3-1 deficit to tie their series. They now have a great chance of making the Finals with game seven occurring on their fabled home floor, the Oracle Arena.

However, during game six last night, Adams gained a measure of retribution by metaphorically kicking Green in the nether regions, at least.

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The Kiwi center soared over the Warriors All-Star forward to hammer home an unbelievable one-handed jam. He jumped so far that he almost had to lay the finish in.

Surely it couldn't have been sweeter for Adams. Getting the better of a man who came second in this year's Defensive Player of the Year voting in his own paint and in such emphatic style doesn't happen too often.

Twitter exploded after the almost offensive slam dunk with names like Andre Drummond, Larry Nance. Jr and Jusuf Nurkic all chiming in on the monster play.

Unfortunately for Adams, his second-quarter highlight play didn't spur the Thunder on to win the game and clinch the series. Now it all comes down to game seven at the Oracle Arena on Monday.

Draymond Green
Golden State Warriors
Pacific Division
Western Conference
NBA Playoffs
Oklahoma City Thunder
Northwest Division
Steven Adams

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