Draymond Green and his wife Hazel Renee mark their daughter Cash’s fourth birthday with a stunning mermaid-themed celebration

As the NBA training camp approaches, Draymond Green has been prioritizing quality time with his family. Recently, his wife Hazel Renee shared a social media post showcasing Green’s involvement in their daughter’s adorable mermaid-themed birthday party.

Cash Green, Draymond’s only daughter with Hazel Renee, just turned three years old, marking a special milestone for the family.

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“The Sassy, Wild, Free, Loving and Extremely Bright…Cash Money💰Thank You To Everyone Who Celebrated Our Little Mermaid Turning 3 🧜🏽‍♀️💜🩵🩷 Happy Birthday To My One & Only True Love Little Miss Princess Peach 🍑✨ You Are A Special One,” captioned Hazel Renee in her Instagram post.

Draymond Green is gearing up to join the Golden State Warriors for their training camp commencing on October 3. The team is scheduled to play five preseason games, including matchups against the Los Angeles Lakers, Sacramento Kings, and San Antonio Spurs.

The Warriors will kick off their official season facing Kevin Durant and the Phoenix Suns on the road on October 25.

Additionally, Green took a moment to leave a comment on Hazel Renee’s Instagram post.

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Draymond Green reported to have an injury

Just before the season began, Draymond Green signed a $100 million, four-year contract extension with the Golden State Warriors. But it seems his season will not start off on the right foot following a reported set back with an injury.

Accordimg to a most recent report by Jason Dumas of Bleacher Report, Green attained a high ankle sprain and will be out for at least three weeks.

In the 2022-23 season, Draymond Green was able to play and start 73 games for the Warriors and it was his healthiest year since 2016. He was able to provide 8.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, 6.8 assists and 1.0 steals in 31 minutes of playing time.

The Golden State Warriors reached the NBA Western Conference semi-finals last season before falling to the Los Angeles Lakers in six games. In the playoffs, Green contributed 9.4 points, 6.9 rebounds, 6.8 assists, 1.5 steals, and 1.0 blocks in 12 games.

In Draymond Green’s absence, Kevon Looney is seen as the starting center to begin the Warriors season.

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