Draymond Green believes he is due an extension to the maximum deal at Golden State, but that might not be the case.
When it comes to cash in terms of money, they Golden State Warriors have no hesitations.
The Warriors brass may not be keen to invest their hard-earned cash on a $140 million contract prolongation in exchange for Draymond Green.
An article by Marcus Thompson and Anthony Slater of the Athletic states that at the very minimum.
The next year's season Green expects to earn $25.8 million in revenues and offers a player option of $27.6 million in the year following that.
Green's contract could be in the amount of $167million over his next 5 seasons, if it was renewed.
The Warriors paid the league's record 346 million dollars in luxurious tax and penalties last season however, if they have to pay Green the amount could increase to $400 million, that's too costly for the Warriors owner.