Draymond Green Accepts Possibility Of Leaving Golden State Warriors, Team Owner's Payroll Limit In Consideration


Photo: Instagram/Draymond Green 

Draymond Green, a player for the Golden State Warriors, has acknowledged the possibility of leaving the team in the near future.

Team owner Joe Lacob has stated that there is a limit to the amount he is willing to pay for the team, and if the Warriors were to re-sign Green on a multi-year deal, it could exceed $400 million including taxes, which Lacob stated last year is not possible.

Green understands the business and is prepared for the possibility of leaving but hopes to stay with the Warriors.

Photo: Instagram/Draymond Green 

He has a player option for $27.6 million in 2023-24 and if he opts in, he will stay with the Warriors for at least one more season.

However, if he opts out, it will be up to the Warriors to decide if he is worth the cost.

Lacob has indicated that winning matters and the team may decide to pay for more title runs, potentially extending Green's time with the team.

However, it is unlikely that Green will stay with the Warriors forever.

He is an important player for the team but not as valuable as Stephen Curry, who is the only player the Warriors would pay max money to retain.

Green is still playing well but the Warriors will have to consider how long his performance will last.

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Source: CBS


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