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If the Golden State Warriors determines to keep the whole stars, they will own the most expensive team in NBA history

If the Golden State Warriors determines to keep the whole stars, they will own the most expensive team in NBA history

Re-signing Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson in this free transfer will turn Golden State Warriors into the most expensive team in NBA history.

Re-signing Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson in this free transfer will turn Golden State Warriors into the most expensive team in NBA history. However, Warriors' boss and investors have little interest in this.

According to ESPN journalists Bobby Marks, Ramona Shelburne and Brian Windhorst, the Golden State Warriors after signing a max contract with Kevin Durant (5 years - $221 million) and Klay Thompson (5 years, $190 million) will be excited to bear up to $375 million in private wages next season. In which, more than half of these are over-taxed tax (luxury tax) with a figure determined to be over $200 million.

It is unclear whether Kevin Durant will stay with the Golden State Warriors, but Klay Thompson and Dub Nation are said to have reached an agreement after Golden State offered a max contract for the pitcher.

If both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson signed a max contract with Golden State, the Warriors would have 3 contracts with at least $190 million worth of payrolls. Previously, Stephen Curry signed a five-year $201 million renewal contract in June 2017.

In addition, one year it will be Draymond Green's turn to receive a huge deal for the three-time All-Star striker to become a free agent after the NBA 2019-20 season.

If the Golden State Warriors determines to keep the whole stars, they will own the most expensive team in NBA history

According to Shelburne and Windhorst, Golden State Warriors has been the NBA's best money-making team for years. They earned over $ 400 million in sales each season. Next year, Warriors will move to San Francisco to reach the new home of Chase Center. This is where economic experts are expected to bring in an additional $ 200 million in annual revenue.

"Economically, we can do everything" - Golden State Warriors' owner - Joe Lacob once said - "We have enough economic potential to pay in proportion to the efforts of the players. leave out and we will definitely do so ".

While both Kevin Durant (suffering from achilles tendon injury) and Klay Thompson (ACL knee ligament injury) will miss most of the 2019-20 season, this is still one of the strongest NBA history teams if all. both in the best condition. Golden State has landed five consecutive NBA Finals, thereby winning three championships Larry O'Brien.

So even if it is costly, economically costly, the Golden State Warriors will not let money be the reason for the collapse of the empire they have been struggling to build for years.

"I think we will keep a good squad, if not a very strong squad. We will try to make the team compete for the championship as long as possible"- Mr. Lacob added - " We will continue to spend heavily. No one will be able to overcome Warriors in cash and no one can overcome us in the competition to win the championship.

The free NBA Free Agency will officially open next Monday at 6:00 am (GMT+8).