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Warriors’ Draymond Green flexes Olympic gold with Stephen Curry at Summer League

Draymond Green, Steph Curry, Warriors

Golden State Warriors three-time champion Draymond Green pulled up with Stephen Curry in the 2021 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas with quite the accessory. The Olympic gold medalist flew straight to Las Vegas to support his squad fresh from his successful Tokyo 2020 stint and, obviously, Draymond had to bring out the big guns and flex his shiny new medal.

Sitting courtside at the Thomas & Mack Center on Wednesday alongside the two-time MVP, it was hard not to recognize the 31-year-old even with a face mask on with how huge his gold medal was. Now that’s a championship if you’ll ever see one (via House of Highlights):

The Warriors star has been racking up the hardware over the past few years making it really hard not to flex them. Aside from being a three-time All-Star, a former DPOY, a two-time member of the All-NBA Team, and a six-time member of the NBA’s All-Defensive Team, as well as three shiny championship rings all in his nine-year tenure in the Bay Area.

Not bad for a 35th pick, huh?

Aside from all his NBA accolades, he has also managed to stack his international medals in the past two Olympics – being part of both the Rio 2016 squad and the Tokyo 2020 squad. With this, Green has joined elite company being just the fifth player to win at least three NBA titles and two Olympic gold medals joining the likes of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippe, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James.

Whether you like his style of play or not, Draymond Green is a proven winner and he’s far from being done.