Green agrees to five-year deal with Warriors (1:11)
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Green announces he's re-signing with Warriors

Draymond Green announced Wednesday night that he will re-sign with the Golden State Warriors on a five-year deal, with sources telling the deal is worth $85 million.

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Warriors re-sign Green for 5 years, $85M

The Warriors have agreed to terms on a five-year, $85 million deal with free agent forward Draymond Green, according to Bleacher Report. Green told the website: "It's been a long journey to get to this point, whether it's always trying to overcome the odds, overcome doubters, but to be in this position, signing back with the Warriors is amazing."

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Source: Green, Warriors reach impasse in talks

Restricted free agent Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors have reached an impasse and have broken off contract talks, sources tell's Ramona Shelburne.

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No deal in place for Warriors, Green

Restricted free agent Draymond Green and the Warriors have reached an impasse and have broken off contract talks, sources tell ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

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Draymond Green is worth re-signing

Before Andre Iguodala's defensive performance in the Finals, Draymond Green was the Warriors' best defender. Not many players can guard all five positions like Green, writes Amin Elhassan. Free-agent Big Board 2.0 (Insider)

Green willing to work with Warriors

Draymond Green can get a contract starting at $15.8M this season but is willing to take less than the maximum to remain with the Warriors, sources told the San Jose Mercury News. The two sides will meet at 9:01 p.m. PT on Tuesday to try and reach an agreement.

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Warriors pick up Speights' option

The Warriors picked up the $3.8M team option on Marreese Speights' contract for 2015-16. Speights averaged 10.4 PPG in a reserve role for Golden State last season, but was limited by injuries in the playoffs.

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Warriors may strike gold with Looney

With Kevon Looney slipping to them at No. 30, Golden State did a great job of making the most out of its only draft pick. Looney has plenty of talent and a great shot from beyond the arc. For taking him, ESPN's Amin Elhassan gives the Warriors' draft a thumbs-up. Draft thumbs-up or thumbs-down

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Warriors make most of only pick

After concerns about a hip injury hurt Kevon Looney's draft stock, the defending champions capitalized by gambling on the top-10 talent at No. 30 overall. If he can get healthy, Looney's skill and versatility will only make the rich richer. Ford's complete draft grades (Insider)


Thumbs-up or thumbs-down on every team's picks

The Timberwolves, Lakers and 76ers made splashes with the first three selections. How did they -- and the rest of the league -- do Thursday? Our NBA writers assess every team's draft picks.

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Looney makes his way back to the stage

He left the green room early as the last invitee remaining, but Kevon Looney was in the room to hear his name announced as the final pick of the first round in the 2015 draft.

2014-15 Team Stats

Points Per Game110.01st
Rebounds Per Game44.76th
Assists Per Game27.41st
Points Allowed99.915th

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