• Draymond Green doesn't appear worried about his contract extension talks with the Warriors
  • Green prefers to focus on the upcoming NBA season than getting a new deal
  • Steve Kerr is impressed with the team's chemistry after they opened their camp over the weekend

Draymond Green has been known to be fiery at times, especially on the basketball court.

He has proven to be an energetic leader that has helped Golden State Warriors to numerous NBA titles, a reason why he undoubtedly deserves a new deal.

Like some NBA players, Green is someone who could be handed a contract extension soon.

But it appears the four-time All-Star is hardly worried about it and prefers to keep his focus on the coming season.

When asked to comment about it, the four-time NBA champion responded by saying that he doesn't feel a contract extension with the Warriors will get done this upcoming season.

"I don't think it will happen... For me, going into this season. I'm just focused on being as great as I can be," Green said during a media scrum.

Green holds a player option after the coming NBA season and can test free agency next summer.

Stephen Curry also commented on the contract situation of Green as well as other Dubs players like Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins and Klay Thompson.

The 2022 NBA Finals MVP opined that they want to keep their current group together for as long as they can.

"We want the best chance to win every single year. We've proven with this squad what the results have been. We want to keep it together as long as we can," the 34-year-old NBA guard said.

The Warriors opened training camp last Saturday, September 24, and head coach Steve Kerr was all praises for his players.

Kerr kicked off things by pitting the team's veterans against their young guys.

Considering the team is fresh from winning the NBA titles some months ago, the multi-titled NBA coach was awed by what he saw.

"The group that just won the title a few months ago basically dominated practice," Kerr said in a report by Anthony Slater The Athletic.

"As they should. The scrimmage, the live stuff, they looked fantastic. Draymond had a great practice."

"His conditioning looked good, his body looked good," he said. "He was really moving well both laterally and sprint speed up and down the floor. He was mentoring the young guys, coaching them up in drill work. Then on the floor, the blue team—with Looney, Steph, Wiggins—that group just demolished everybody."

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Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors speaks at a press conference during media day prior to the start of the NBA Finals at Chase Center on June 01, 2022 in San Francisco, California. The Golden State Warriors will play the Boston Celtics in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on June 2, 2022. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images