Draymond Green’s recent signing with Klutch Sports draws a natural link to LeBron James, just as the the earlier Anthony Davis signing did heading into the season. Yet the Golden State Warriors forward assures his former NBA Finals rival had no need to recruit him to the agency:
“It’s impossible to say LeBron played no part in me joining Klutch, simply because he has been Klutch since the beginning,” Green told Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated. “He’s essentially a founding partner. I’ve already had a relationship with LeBron for years, so it’s always good to be able to do business with family that’s going about their business in the right fashion and getting things done. But as far as recruiting me — no, LeBron didn’t recruit me at all.”
James was not only one of the founding partners, but also the very first client under Rich Paul, with others like John Wall, Tristan Thompson, Ben Simmons, Eric Bledsoe and other NBA players later joining the circle.
Some have begun to question the real motive of what it means to be part of Klutch, as Thompson is