Report: Draymond Green’s house robbed of over $1 million in belongings during Super Bowl weekend

Brad Sullivan
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Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports

While Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green was attending last Sunday’s Super Bowl, his home in Los Angeles was reportedly robbed of more than an estimated $1 million worth of valuables.

“Warriors forward Draymond Green’s L.A. house was ransacked during Super Bowl weekend … and over $1,000,000 worth of stuff — watches, jewelry, and other property — was stolen, TMZ Sports has learned,” the site reported.


“Law enforcement sources tell us 31-year-old Green — who attended Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles — came home later that night and discovered someone had busted their way into his home.


“Our sources tell us the alleged perps entered Green’s residence through his window … and made off with watches, jewelry, and other personal property. “

Back in 2019, Green agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $100 million with the Warriors. He’s making $24.0 million this season, $25.8 million next season and has a player option worth $27.6 million for the 2023-24 campaign.

Given his high level of income, Green’s financial losses from the robbery may not seem terribly painful to the average person. However, Green may very well be feeling a loss of security within his own home. That’s an emotion that any victim of a home robbery can likely share with the Warriors star.

Green was named an All-Star this NBA season, but he won’t play in this weekend’s midseason showcase due to injury.

On Wednesday, the Warriors issued a statement regarding Green’s injury. No specific timetable was offered as to when he’ll be able to get back on the court for the Warriors.

Green is no doubt eager to return to Golden State’s lineup. The team currently has a stellar 42-17 record, which is the second-best mark in the Western Conference.

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Brad has written on a variety of both NBA and NFL topics and has worked previously as a sports information director at the collegiate level. A lifetime fan of sports, he's witnessed countless great moments in different sports and understands that stories can be compelling from both the perspective of winners and losers. As a frustrated fan of Cleveland sports, he experienced something unprecedented when the Cavaliers won the city's first championship in 52 years.