Draymond Green doesn’t expect Warriors to offer him contract extension soon

Draymond Green addressed the possibility of the Golden State Warriors offering him a contract extension soon.

The four-time NBA champion is entering a contract year, as his final season with the team (2023/24) will be a player option. Green views himself as a max-level player and is willing to evaluate his options in the market if the reigning champions don’t offer him a max deal.

“At this point, whether I’d like to or not… I don’t think it will happen so I’m just focused on this season and being as great as I can be as I know I’m capable of being, and winning another championship, reaching my individual goals as well. That’s my main focus,” the veteran forward told media during the Warriors’ Media Day.

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Draymond Green averaged just 7.5 points, 7.3 rebounds and 7 assists per game last season, helping Golden State return to the top of the NBA after three years. He still has two years and $53.4M left on his current contract.

Since August 3rd, Green is eligible to sign a max deal and it remains to be seen whether the two sides will pursue an agreement in the coming weeks.

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