The 2022-23 NBA season has officially ended for the Golden State Warriors, with Draymond Green and company falling to the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 6 of their second-round playoff series at Crypto.com Arena.
With the Warriors officially done for the season, the attention turns to what will be a crucial offseason for the storied NBA franchise, with Green having the option to hit NBA free agency and general manager Bob Myers potentially heading elsewhere.
Although it remains uncertain whether or not Myers will return to Golden State, Green clarified his plans moving forward, considering he has a player option for next season and will be able to control his own fate.
Green let his intentions be known on his podcast via The Volume Sports.
"I'm riding out with the same guys I rode in with… this isn't it"
—@Money23Green speaks on the future of the Warriors pic.twitter.com/5NVge5h0fq
— The Volume (@TheVolumeSports) May 14, 2023
Green has no intentions of leaving San Francisco as he wants to continue playing alongside Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson until the wheels fall off, which may have already happened, or could be in the years to come.
With Green intent on staying with the Warriors for at least one more season, all the focus will be on Myers, whether he wants to stay, and if the two sides can come to terms on a new contract, which will likely be very lucrative, considering the fact he may be the best general manager in the game.
Once the Warriors figure out the situation with Myers, the team will have some work to do, as it isn’t beyond the realm of possibility that they consider trading Jordan Poole or at least making some moves to improve the roster for next season.NEXT: Stats Show How Klay Thompson Struggled In Lakers Series