What if you held a victory party and nobody came? What is the proper etiquette for spraying champagne on yourself?
Those and a few others are questions that could be answered on Monday night when Draymond Green won’t be in the building when his Warriors teammates try to close out their back-to-back championships.
Because the Golden State forward has been suspended for Game 5 due to his fourth flagrant foul point that resulted from what was ruled a retaliatory swipe at the groin of LeBron James in the waning minutes of Game 4 Friday night, NBA rules say that Green is not permitted to be inside Oracle Arena.
That means that while Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and the rest of the Warriors, who hold a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series, will likely dedicate their effort to closing out the Cavaliers to their firebrand emotional leader, it could present the odd scenario of Green not being on hand to celebrate if they get the job done.
If you’re Green, would there be a part of you secretly hoping that the series returns to Cleveland for Game 6 so that you can help with the clinching join in the fun? Or do you simply reserve a table at the swankiest restaurant in town, put on a tuxedo and have a bucket of bubbly on ice?
Which brings up one last question: If a champagne cork comes out of a bottle and nobody is there to hear it, does it make a “pop”?