The Warriors were reportedly prepared to offer Klay Thompson and Durant max contracts this summer and did sign Thompson to a five-year, $190 million deal - despite the fact he tore his ACL in Game 6 of this year's NBA Finals and likely will miss a majority of 2019-20. "That's my plan, especially because the way I can shoot the ball". I don't see it happening though.
Thompson, who's now rehabbing his torn ACL, believes the Warriors are being slept on heading into the season.
Green is a three time NBA Champion, having captured the title with the Warriors in 2014-15, 2016-17 and 2018-19.
Thompson is now recovering from an ACL tear he suffered in the NBA Finals, and appears to be focused in his recovery.
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Originally selected by the Warriors with the 35th overall pick in the second round of the 2012 NBA Draft, Green is the Warriors' all-time leader in regular season triple-doubles (22) and ranks in the franchise's top 10 in career steals (fifth), blocks (sixth) and assists (seventh).
We'll soon see if Thompson is right.
While the Warriors should still be formidable if Thompson misses time, the West got a lot more hard in the offseason. Adding D'Angelo Russell was an incredible gift for us, I mean the kid's gonna blossom into a superstar in this league. Now, he is taking next steps toward getting back on the court. Same with Willie Cauley-Stein. "But the expectations of how we play and that championship-caliber basketball, that's going to be for us always be the motivation and the challenge". Klay, Steph, and Draymond aren't going anywhere. "It would not be smart to count the Dubs out", Thompson said on ESPN's The Jump. "That's all I tell people".