“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.
Draymond Green injury update: pic.twitter.com/vOdOCaDMVq
— Warriors PR (@WarriorsPR) February 17, 2022
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.