Jaylen Brown responded to Draymond Green’s assertion that he knew the exact moment he “took” Brown’s “heart” during the NBA Finals.

“You can say whatever win you win 🌽,” Brown tweeted in response to a clip of Green explaining himself. “Draymond got a Podcast and lost his dam mind ..you could never.”

Brown’s response comes after Green tried to own Brown during a recent sitdown with The Old Man & the Three podcast.

“When Jaylen Brown went in the media and said, ‘He tried and pulled my shorts down,’ I knew I took his heart,” Green said at the 0:50 mark of the clip below. “I knew I took his heart. And not that I’ll have it next year. I gotta regain it next year and the next time we play them, but I knew for the rest of that series, I had him. Because you know you’re standing over me and you gotta go to the media and say, ‘He was trying to pull my shorts down.’ Like come on, bro, you’re standing over me.”

During the same podcast, he took a moment to laugh off Brown saying the Celtics weren't "afraid" of the Warriors during the Finals. "Another thing he said and I sent it to our team, he said, ‘We are not afraid of the Golden State Warriors," Green added. "I sent it to our team in the group chat and said, ‘We ARE afraid of the Golden State Warriors. Because nobody asked you are y’all afraid of us? Why the fuck are you talking about that?"

Following Game 2, Brown accused Green of playing dirty and outright said he tried to pull down his shorts.

“I don’t know what I was supposed to do there,” Brown told reporters in a post-game interview, per NBC Sports. “Somebody got their legs on top of your head. And then he tried to pull my pants down. I don’t know what that was about. But that’s what Draymond Green does. He’ll do whatever it takes to win. ... He'll pull you. He'll grab you. Muck the game up.”

The Warriors went on to beat the Celtics in six games.