The new deal, which starts with the 2020-21 season, brings the total length and value of Green's contract to five years, $118 million. On top of that, the five-year deal could have possibly escalated as high as $235.5 million if he qualified for the 35-percent "supermax" this season by making an All-NBA team or winning Defensive Player of the Year.
As Wojnarowski mentions, Green was set to enter free agency unrestricted next offseason. He also would have been eligible for a four-year, $151 million contract should he have made a decision to go elsewhere.
Green, 29, has already won three titles with the Warriors, but the deal ensures he'll be paired with stars Steph Curry and Klay Thompson for the next several years. He's also one of three players in National Basketball Association history to record 200 rebounds and 150 assists in a single postseason, according to ESPN Stats & Info.