(KRON) — “All great things must come to an end.”

Those were just a few of the many words Draymond Green said following the departure of longtime teammate Klay Thompson from Golden State. The Warriors forward delivered an emotional 30-minute monologue Tuesday on his podcast, “The Draymond Green Show.”

The Warriors dynasty as we know it — Thompson, Green and Stephen Curry — is over. The trio that won four championships in the past decade will not play for the Warriors.

Dub Nation isn’t the only one sad about Thompson’s departure. Green admitted to shedding a few tears as he expressed his sadness that his teammate of 12 years has gone elsewhere.

“Half of the pictures that Steph posted take you to a weird place,” Green said on his podcast. “So I shed a few tears throughout the day.

“It sucks for me. This time of year always sucks because you build relationships with people and then all of a sudden they’re just gone.”

Klay Thompson, the winner, embraces Draymond Green after winning the game against the Portland Trail Blazers in Game 2 in Oakland, California, May 16, 2019. (Photo by John W. McDonough/Sports Illustrated via Getty Images)

Green added that having teammates leave is always difficult because for about nine months you spend more time with the players you play with on the field than with your own family.

According to Green, Thompson’s departure to the Dallas Mavericks “strikes a lot deeper.” However, Green said he’s happy to see Thompson make the move that’s best for him.

Thompson, 34, and Green, 34, were drafted by the Warriors and have seen each other grow in the organization. Thompson was drafted in 2011 and Green in 2012.

Together with Curry, they reached the NBA Finals six times, winning four of them.

The entire 30-minute clip of Green commenting on Thompson’s departure can be viewed here.