Draymond Green to buy another $5,000 bottle of wine on Joe Lacob's tab in honor of Stephen Curry's 75th team nod

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Draymond will celebrate Stephen Curry's historic feats with a costly bottle of wine. This is the second consecutive year that he has put it on Joe Lacob, the Warriors owner.
Green announced that Curry will be celebrating the 75th anniversary of the NBA by enjoying the occasion in the same Oklahoma City restaurant where Curry broke Wilt Chamberlain’s franchise record of points.

Green stated that he would be ordering another bottle Domaine de la Romane Conti La Tche, a French wine which can cost around $5,000 per bottle. This makes the meal extra special.

Green stated that Steph had just created the 75th Anniversary Team so y'all could call Joe and tell Joe that Steph has ordered a bottle DRC since Steph made the 75th Anniversary team. Klay is 77.

Thompson wore the No. After Thompson complained that he felt let down by not being included on the anniversary team, Thompson wore a No.77 jersey to practice Saturday. Curry was initially believed to have the jersey made by Steve Kerr, but he later stated that it was Thompson who actually made it with the assistance of Eric Housen, a long-time Warriors equipment man.

Thompson would be invited to a glass of the pricey wine.

Green stated, "The problem is Klay and Joe didn't make it." They can't drink the bottle. Steph and I will both enjoy it. [Warriors president, basketball operations] Bob [Myers], who didn't make it, could have had a drink. They didn't show up. Steph and I will have a bottle DRC tonight. Joe can have it.

Green, unlike last year when he had texted Lacob to confirm the purchase, enlisted the help of the media to relay the message to Lacob. Curry, for his part, took it all in stride and laughed when asked about the experience of buying such a high-end bottle.

Curry stated, "I hope that every glass I have, I can experience that same experience." Curry said, "Whether it be $8,000, $800 or $80 bottle, it doesn't matter what it is." The $8,000 cork pop is a different experience.

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