Draymond Green isn't a fan of the NBA's new tentative collective bargaining agreement.
The Golden State Warriors forward unleashed a series of tweets Wednesday night to signal his apparent disapproval after a deal between owners and players was reached.
"Deal? (Shaking my head)," Green wrote in one tweet, calling the new CBA a "heartbreaker" in another tweet.
"Stand for something... or fall for anything," Green wrote.
"One day we will get it right ... maybe."
It is unclear what specific issues Green has with the new agreement.
Green, 26, is averaging 11.0 points, 8.4 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 1.4 blocks in 25 games for league-leading Golden State (22-4).
Owners and players came to an agreement one day before the Dec. 15 deadline to opt out of the current CBA. The new deadline is Jan. 13, 2017 as both sides review the agreement before ratifying it.
The new CBA will reportedly last seven years, with an opt-out after six. Notable changes include the NBA season starting a week earlier, preseason games being capped at six, an increase in value of rookie-scale contracts and a 45 percent boost in minimum salaries in year one of the agreement.
The league's average salary is expected to jump from $8.5 million in 2017 to $10 million by the 2020-21 season under the new terms.
"I'm happy for the league, I'm happy for our fans, the owners, everyone who's involved. It's a great thing," players' union president Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers said of the deal, noting his excitement over improved healthcare and health insurance for former players.