Currently, Draymond Green owns the estimated net worth of $20 million. The jersey number 23 power forward, Green salary earnings get support with his endorsement deals too. Let's know more about Draymond Green's net worth, salary, and properties.
Initially, Michigan State player, Draymond Green has played professionally for the only team Golden State Warriors since his career debut in 2012. With 6 seasons in NBA, Green reportedly has earned the career earnings of $48,632,048.
As of 2018, Draymond Green enjoys the estimated net worth of $20 million, while is current salary is revealed to be $17,469,565, carrying the cap hit and dead cap value of $17,469,565 and $36,008,695 respectively.
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With his 5-year contract worth $82 million signed with Warriors on July 9, 2015, Draymond will earn the base salary of $18,539,130 for the next season.
Here is the salary detail of Draymond Green with Warriors in the table below:
|2012-2013||$850,000||Signed a 3 year $2.64 million contract on July 30, 2012|
|2015-2016||$14,260,870||Signed a 5 year $82 million contract on July 9, 2015|
Well, Draymond's contract with Golden State Warriors will expire in 2020, and probably, a much more lucrative deal is on the way for Green.
Though, Draymond Green is not far from fines too.
On November 23, 2013, Green was fined $2,000 for ejection in the game against Portland Trail Blazers, and 2 days later, he paid the fine of d $20,000 for escalating the incident between Andrew Bogut and Joel Freeland.
The year 2013 messed up Green's earning as he also got fined $2,000 and $15,000 on December 25 and December 26, for ejection in the game against the Los Angeles Clippers.
Following $25,000 fine for Flagrant 2 during Warriors and City Thunder playoff, Green got was suspended for 1 game and $129,644 was forfeited for being assessed a Flagrant 1 Foul during GSW-CLE game.
On October 29, 2017, Green was fined $25,000 fan or altercation with Bradley Bea, while on January 8, 2018, he paid $25,000 for criticizing the officiating during GSW-LAC game and $50,000 for offensive language use on February 8, 2018.