Fresh off signing a brand-new five-year, $82 million deal with the Warriors, Draymond Green spent Saturday afternoon with another fellow Michigan State alum.
NBA Hall of Famer Magic Johnson posted a photo on Instagram of him with Green at the Angels-Dodgers game at Chavez Ravine.
Green, a Saginaw, Michigan-native, is wearing a Dodgers hat.
The Dodgers' team photograph, Jon SooHoo, took a photo with Bay Area natives Jimmy Rollins and Joc Pederson.
The defensive star is the latest Warriors player to attend a major league baseball game as a special guest.
Last month, Warriors forward Harrison Barnes threw out the first pitch at the A's-Mariners game on July 2. Three days later, center Festus Ezeli performed the same act,
On Tuesday, June 23, Ezeli and James Michael McAdoo took in a Giants-Padres game at AT&T Park. They met Bruce Bochy and Hunter Pence, and received autographed bats. Ezeli also threw out the first pitch prior to the game.
On Friday, May 29, Curry, wife Ayesha and parents Dell and Sonya attended the Giants home game against the Braves. They posed for a photo with Hall of Famer Willie Mays and sat front-row for the game.
“It was cool,” Giants catcher Buster Posey said that night of Curry's attendance. “You could tell there was a little extra electricity. Everybody was excited he was here. I got to speak to him really quickly right before the game. I’m definitely pulling for him, for all of them.”
Two days later, despite battling a concussion suffered in the Western Conference Semifinals against the Rockets, Klay Thompson made an appearance at the A's-Yankees game in Oakland and tipped his A's hat to the crowd.