The possibility of trading Draymond Green has been discussed by Bob Myers of the Warriors.

The trade rumors for the four-time NBA Champion also erupted when the fight between Draymond Green and Jordan Poole gained attention. But Bob Myers, the general 

manager of the Warriors had some opinions. Every member of the Golden State Warriors organization had to downplay the incident when Draymond Green and Jordan Poole got 

into a fight. Particularly as the "Third Splash Brother" and Andrew Wiggins were nearing the end of the process of negotiating a new contract with the seven-time NBA Champion.

The Warriors ultimately decided against suspending Green because of the forthcoming NBA Ring Ceremony at the Chase Center, where they will meet the Los Angeles Lakers 

in the 2022–2023 NBA Season Opening Game. Green therefore spoke to the media about his thoughts on all this speculation. Draymond Green leaving the Bay Area team in a

potential trade was the subject of reports once more. After the dispute and new contract negotiated with Jordan Poole as well as the new extension reached with Andrew Wiggins,  

Bob Myers, the general manager of the Golden State Warriors, reportedly detailed the scenario Draymond Green is in to Jack Winter of Clutch Points.

Green and the Golden State Warriors agreed to a 4-year, $99,666,362 contract, according to the specialized website Spotract. This agreement comprises a guaranteed sum of 

$99,666,362 and a yearly compensation of $24,916,591.Green also has a player option to remain in the Bay Area following the conclusion of the 2022–2023 NBA season.

He will be an unrestricted free agent the following off season if not.