Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green will be remembered as the Golden State Warriors’ dynasty’s key players after everything is said and done. At least Green desires the full inclusion of a fourth player in that group.
Green suggested that the Warriors should retire Kevon Looney’s jersey number once Looney retires in a message he posted to his Instagram Live on Friday. The initial article contrasted Looney’s predicament with that of Nick Collison, whose name was removed off the Oklahoma City Thunder’s roster after 14 seasons with the team. It was asserted that Looney had made at least as much progress with Golden State.
Green said, “Only Facts,”
In 2023–2024, Looney will compete with Golden State for the ninth time. Though he has mostly served as a rotational player for the majority of his tenure, he has participated in three of the team’s four championships since 2015. Even yet, his importance has grown recently; last season, he averaged 7.0 points and 9.3 rebounds per game, both career highs. He also possesses a rather broad range of abilities.
Looney’s teammates undoubtedly recognize his efforts regardless of whether the Warriors ultimately concur with Green or not.