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Draymond Green
Draymond Green
Position: F
Born: 03/04/90
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:230 lbs. / 104.3 kg.
Salary: $25,806,468

Warriors stars open to reunion with Kevin Durant

If a trade is possible, would the leaders of the locker room welcome Durant? According to multiple sources, they would, for the same reason they embraced him in 2016. “I mean,” one source said, “it’s freaking Kevin Durant.” The Warriors superstars have been in conversations with Durant. In addition to catching up, the Hall of Fame-bound peers did entertain the idea of a reunion.
Brown is excited about the new opportunity in Sacramento, but he will always treasure his time with Kerr, Warriors general manager Bob Myers and the players he coached, including Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. “The first thing is, my time here, obviously, was fantastic, starting with ownership to Bob to Steve and all the players, I couldn’t ask for anything better,” Brown said. “But the fans, too, the fans, they were great. Whether it was here in the arena or me walking around town or riding my little scooter around town, everybody’s always been fantastic. So, it’s a little surreal walking in here and walking into this locker room instead of the other locker room, but at the end of the day, I’m excited and I’m looking forward to all the energy up in Sacramento.”
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green is never lacking confidence, and having just won his fourth NBA championship, it may even be at an all-time high. That said, Draymond still has a high level of respect for his opponents, and recently shared some high praise for the LA Clippers. “Ty Lue is arguably one of the best coaches in the NBA,” Draymond said. “Arguably the best. Someone can make that argument. And then they have great players. Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, the guys they’re filling in around them.”

Draymond Green on Warriors: I don’t think that team wins another championship if Kevin Durant doesn’t come

Dray affirmed that without KD, they might not have had enough to beat LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers: “I don’t think the outside world gave Kevin enough credit. I think if you came within our organization, Kevin was given all the credit. But the reality is, I don’t think that team wins another championship if Kevin doesn’t come. Now, you may say, ‘Oh, yeah, but you won the fourth one without Kevin.’ But there’s a gap in there where teams started to figure us out.”