JaMychal Inexperienced will get shaken by Warriors’ Steve Kerr to alter his plans

Phone calls from Steph Curry and Draymond Green sign the agreement in making freelance agent Donte DiVincenzo a Warrior in early July. When it comes to JaMychal Green, the latest addition from Golden State, who officially signed the veteran to a minimum of one year contract on Monday, coach Steve Kerr led the calling task.

Green was in the plunge pool at a resort in Jamaica enjoying the holidays when his phone rang. Although he is in full relaxation mode, the veteran striker knows there is still work to be done and keeps his phone with him and rings at all times. Green didn’t know the number, answered anyway and made sure he was happy.

Therefore are warriors. Kerr was on the other side of the call.

After returning to the room and drying off, the two immediately started fighting. Green was traded by the Denver Nuggets to the Oklahoma City Thunder on this year’s NBA draft night. That makes him an immediate buyout candidate for candidates.

Once Green and Kerr strike up a conversation, his future is forever changed.

“After talking to him, I couldn’t tell him no,” Green said Monday during his introductory press conference as a Warrior. “With the organization and what they’ve built, I just felt that I wanted to be a part of it.”

Prior to that talk, Green had plans to join a team other than the Warriors. That unknown team now has a new reason to hate the defending champions.

Kerr made it clear to Green how much the entire organization wanted him to be a Warrior. Really, they’ve been keeping an eye on him a lot ahead of this season. They had long coveted his skill set and were all too familiar with him.

All of Green’s eight-year careers were at the Western Conference. He capped the Warriors 23 times in the regular season and 15 times in the knockout stages, including last season in the first round. If there’s a Warriors player that’s all too familiar to him, he need look no further than his last name.

JaMychal and Draymond Green have known each other since eighth grade, playing together on the AAU. They are more connected as high school seniors with their profile growing as rookies and have kept in touch throughout their professional careers. Both Greens spoke on the phone after Kerr’s first call, but the call was less sales-oriented.

“It’s really not without sales pitch,” Green said. “I feel like the relationship we built when we were young, it’s a respect for each other. We know where we stand. He’s excited. We both know it. what we brought in and we just had a good conversation about it.

“He made it easy for me to get here.”

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With 49 playoffs to his name, 12 of which were losses to the Warriors, Green is dreaming about winning a ring. When the Warriors made him feel wanted and needed for another championship race, Green went out of his way.

It is love that cannot be ignored.

“I laughed a lot, thought a lot about it and am very happy to be here,” he said.

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