Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors and his wife, Hazel Renee, have chastised Boston Celtics supporters for their antics during Game 3 of the NBA Finals on Wednesday.

Renee expressed her anger with fans yelling obscenities towards Green with their children in the stadium in a post on her Instagram Stories.

Green added on his podcast that he was "glad" his son heard the chanting because he may use them to teach him a life lesson later.

During his postgame news conference, Klay Thompson was also disrespectful of Celtics supporters.

Despite the fact that he was the subject of some of the shouts, Green dismissed the idea that they had an impact on the team's performance.

Green told reporters, "They're simply talking." "It is not my responsibility to respond to them. As a result, they accomplished exactly what I expected."

When Warriors head coach Steve Kerr referred to Celtics fans as "very classy," he adopted a critical tone.

Sports fans in Boston have a reputation for being raucous. According to a January survey by Vegas Insider of NBA supporters, Celtics fans are the third-worst in the league "because of their inclinations to swear at other fans."

Green struggled in Game 3, but there's no indication it was due to the chanting from the TD Garden crowd. Before fouling out in the fourth quarter, he had two points and three assists.

Green's two points tied for his lowest point total in the playoffs (Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals vs. Memphis).

The Warriors dropped Game 3 to the Celtics, 116-100, and are now down 2-1 in the series. This is the first time this season that they have trailed in a postseason series.

On Friday, at 9 p.m. ET, Golden State and Boston will play Game 4 at TD Garden.