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Draymond Green tweets about Cleveland Indians' World Series loss

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The 'blew a 3-1' lead torch has been passed from the Golden State Warriors to the Cleveland Indians. 

Just when the city of Cleveland began to believe they were going to be celebrating an NBA championship and MLB World Series win in the same year, the Chicago Cubs 'did a Cavaliers' so to speak. 

The baseball season ended last night as Chicago won 8-7 in an overtime classic at Progressive Field. 

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After endless jokes about the Warriors blowing their lead during the NBA Finals, it is now Cleveland's turn to feel the ignominy of coming so close but ending up so far away. 

Draymond Green was quick to pipe up on social media, simply tweeting 'Man 3-1 sucks' after the conclusion of game seven. 

Green is keen to get revenge on the Cavaliers after they condemned Golden State to being the first team in NBA history to give up a 3-1 lead in the finals. But with the chance of a rematch still so far away, the result of the World Series will be a nice gift for him. 

Former Golden State assistant head coach Luke Walton - now head coach at the Los Angeles Lakers - also enjoyed the result, saying "How's that feel, Cleveland?"

Despite the Indians being the latest organisation to lose a 3-1 lead - to a Cubs team that hadn't won a World Series in over 100 years - the jokes at the Warriors' expense are unlikely to stop. 

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