Good News: Just In Nico Harrison Confirm Another Experienced NBA Star Agrees To Join Dallas Mavericks

Sources report that Klay Thompson is set to join the Dallas Mavericks on a three-year, $50 million contract, marking the end of his illustrious 13-year career with the Golden State Warriors, where he won four championships. Thompson’s decision was driven by the opportunity to compete for a fifth title with the Mavericks, who were the Western Conference champions last season.

The agreement, managed by his agent Greg Lawrence of Wasserman, involved a complex multi-team sign-and-trade deal. This arrangement will send Mavericks’ guard/forward Josh Green to the Charlotte Hornets and two second-round draft picks to the Warriors. Additionally, Dallas will trade its own 2031 second-round pick and the less favorable of the 76ers or Nuggets’ second-round pick in 2025.


Negotiations took place at the Bottle Inn in Hermosa Beach, California, where Lawrence and Thompson met with Mavericks GM Nico Harrison and VP Michael Finley. Thompson was also interested in the Lakers, but factors such as tax benefits in Texas and the Mavericks’ recent success influenced his choice.

Thompson’s final season with the Warriors was marred by contract disputes and fluctuating roles, leading to increasing friction and making his departure seem inevitable. He averaged 17.9 points last season, his lowest since 2012-13. Despite the challenges, Thompson’s legacy with the Warriors is significant, with his contributions helping secure 518 regular season and playoff wins, 98 playoff victories, and four NBA titles alongside Stephen Curry and Draymond Green.

The Warriors issued a heartfelt statement wishing Thompson well and expressing anticipation for retiring his No. 11 jersey, honoring his impactful career and contributions to the team’s success.

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