Kevin Durant received some boos at the TD Garden on Friday, as expected, and his Golden State Warriors teammate, Draymond Green, did not think it was a particularly savvy move by the Boston Celtics fans in attendance.

After the 104-88 victory, Green called it "desperate" behavior that could discourage free agents from taking interviews with the Celtics.

"Fans must be desperate," Green said, via ESPN's Chris Haynes. "Like, who boos a guy for taking an interview? That's crazy. I don't get that. Y'all booing somebody for interviewing [with] y'all? Man, they may scare free agents away. You don't want to take an interview and then make enemies for taking an interview. I don't know. They may want to be careful with that."

"If you're that mad at what somebody else did with [their] life, you need to evaluate your own life," Green continued. "He made a personal decision for his life, for his happiness, for his career. And if people that mad, they need to reevaluate where their head is at in life. Because I don't know if I can stay that mad at somebody for deciding to do something with their life. That's a slippery slope."

Here's video of the first part of Green's comments, via Anthony Slater of the San Jose Mercury News:

For his part, Durant doesn't see Boston as an enemy. He told reporters that the boos didn't bother him, and the atmosphere made for great energy at the beginning of the game.

"It's no hard feelings," Durant said, via the San Jose Mercury News. "I still got love for Boston, I still love playing here. You got the best, one of the best crowds in the league. So that's what it's supposed to be."

Kevin Durant in Boston
Kevin Durant, all smiles in Boston. USATSI

Green's logic is pretty sound. Durant didn't owe Boston fans anything, and in fact taking a meeting with the organization only helped the public perception of the franchise. For a prospective free agent, this kind of reception wouldn't exactly reflect well on the city.

Realistically, though, this is not going to ruin the Celtics' reputation and it probably won't scare anybody away. The boos were silly, but they weren't that bad, and if they offer a prominent player a good contract and a chance to win a lot of games, he's probably going to listen.