Normally, the agent of a player would not be great news, but it seems that Klutch Sports has taken over the sports world in the last two seasons.
Klutch Sports first signed New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis, who caused his own drama. And then they recently signed Golden State Warriors striker Draymond Green.
Signing Green caused less shockwaves because he simply was not of Davis' caliber, but it is evidence of a greater tendency that renowned players will soon join Klutch.
Green, although he insisted that James did not recruit him to join Klutch, cited his relationship with him and his trust in the agency. It was those things that convinced him to join Klutch, according to Marc J. Spears of ESPN:
"It's impossible to say that LeBron did not participate in my incorporation to Klutch, simply because he has been Klutch from the beginning," Green said. "He's essentially a founding partner, I've had a relationship with LeBron for years, so it's always good to be able to do business with the family that deals with their business the right way and do things." But as for recruiting me, No, LeBron did not recruit me at all. "
Green will be a free agent in the free agency of 2020, the same year as Davis, and it is reported that he is the most likely to abandon the Warriors, since they simply can not afford it.
Surprisingly, there have been no rumors of Green to the Lakers, something that is a rarity among high level players in today's game. But as he approaches his free agency, it will be interesting to see where Green signs if he finally leaves the Warriors.