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One of the many highlights of the 2015 NBA Finals for Warriors’ fans was Draymond Green’s overtime block of LeBron James in Game 2, and now they can enjoy that moment in the language of choice of the 21st century, emojis.

By Extra Mustard
August 21, 2015

One of the many highlights of the 2015 NBA Finals for Warriors’ fans was Draymond Green’s overtime block of LeBron James in Game 2, and now they can enjoy that moment in the language of choice of the 21st century, emojis.

Golden State’s social media coordinator created the piece with an online tool that converts images into the smiley faced-based communication mode.

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SBNation has put together a cool slide function that lets you look at the original image side by side with the new, emojified version.

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