Gold digger Golden State Warriors guard Draymond Green has been the biggest beneficiary of the price rise on Chinese stocks, which he has traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
He has earned about $1.4m in total since mid-November, according to a report by Bloomberg.
That’s almost a quarter of his $11m salary in the entire 2016-17 NBA season.
“I’m the biggest winner,” Draymon Green, who is worth an estimated $1 billion, said in an interview.
“It’s a lot of money.
I’m the only one in the league who’s making that much money, and I’m just getting more and more money.”
Drayton Green has earned more than $1bn since he made his first $1m trade in November.
Photo: AP Drayon Green has bought in on the rise in Chinese stocks in his second season.
He traded $822,000 in the first quarter, but that number dropped to $823,000 the next three months, before recovering in the final quarter.
It now stands at $838,000.
He is worth about $3.5bn, with about half of that coming from gold, according a Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
“There’s nothing like that in the world,” Drabon Green said.
Drayron Green has owned more than 100,000 shares of the Chinese company Goldstar since he first bought them in January.
Dr Golden State has been a big beneficiary of a massive rise in the price of gold on the London market.
“That’s what’s going to make me the biggest star of the year,” Dr Golden said.
“We’ll all be millionaires and millionaires in five years.”
Gold diggers are the biggest losers on the gold market.
The Shanghai-listed company has been trading at $1,300 an ounce in recent months, down from $1K an ounce just before the gold ban was lifted.
Dr Green is the only player to own more than one share in the company.
“You’re looking at a lot more money now than before the ban,” Dr Green said of the change in trading.
“The only reason I’ve been able to make more money is because of the market.”
The Warriors have the fourth-highest payroll in the NBA.
Golden State is also in the middle of the pack in revenue per game, averaging $45.2m.
It’s one of the NBA’s best teams, averaging nearly $100m per season.
DrGolden State has bought into the market for gold.
“Every day that I’ve traded on there, I’ve gotten better,” DrGolden said.
Gold diggers are the largest losers on a silver market.
Photo by Scott Halleran.
“Gold diggers have bought into it.
That was something I was looking forward to doing.”
Gold Diggers are also in hot water over the Golden State and San Antonio Spurs trading.
The Warriors traded away All-Star center Festus Ezeli, who played with Dray’s father and played for the Spurs, in February.
Ezelis family had a dispute with Golden State about the player’s release, which prompted the team to release him.
Ezeli has since been traded to San Antonio.
“They traded my brother out for money, which is crazy,” DrEzeli said.
The NBA’s governing body, the National Basketball Players Association, says it cannot comment on trades between players.
DrEzeli said he had not discussed the trade with the team and was not informed of any trade discussions.
“My dad, my agent and my brother all work for him,” Dr Ezel, who turns 40 next month, said.
He said the NBA and its owners are making millions of dollars from the move, but he has not spoken with his father since he was released.
Dr Ezelinas younger brother, Draylan, is in his first season as a professional player.
“A lot of people say, ‘It’s OK for you to trade for money,’ but that’s just not true,” DrLan Ezely, DrGolden’s older brother, said, referring to the Warriors trading for his brother.
DrLancie Ezele, who plays in the Australian Basketball League, said: “I’ve never heard Dr Golden say anything negative about anyone.
DrGolden is also a big gold digger. “
If you can get it for $1 million, he’s done it.”
DrGolden is also a big gold digger.
Dr Gold has purchased more than 5,000 tonnes of gold since he bought the company in 2014.
DrGold has traded over 5,600 tonnes of silver since the start of the season.
The gold prices are down by about 20 per cent this year.
DrDrayon Green’s value as a player was estimated at $10.9bn in 2016.
He sold his stake in the Golden Stands in 2019