Draymond Green’s 5-Year-Old Son Got To Be A Warriors Towel Boy For His Bday And Stole The Show

Draymond Green's 5-Year-Old Son Got To Be A Warriors Towel Boy For His Bday And Stole The Show

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  • Draymond Green’s 5-year-old son DJ celebrated his 5th birthday by living out every kid’s dream as a ball boy and equipment assistant for the Warriors
  • Draymond was extremely thankful to his coach and the Warriors for allowing his son to have a once-in-a-lifetime birthday experience
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The best gifts are the ones we love to give and receive. Draymond Green asked the Golden State Warriors if his son could be a member of the Warriors staff for a game, working as an equipment assistant and ball boy, and Golden State granted his wish.

Draymond then got to give his 5-year-old son a once-in-a-lifetime birthday present. Everyone wins, including the Warriors who stomped the Kings 113-98 on Monday night.

Draymond Green played 33 minutes and racked up 16 points, 11 rebounds 10 assists, 2 steals, and 2 blocks in Golden State’s rout of Sacramento but his son DJ stole the show on the bench. After the game, Draymond sent out the sincerest apology to head coach Steve Kerr and the organization for making this happen.

Draymond Green Gives His Son Best Birthday Ever

If you’d rather read than watch, here’s what Green had to say about his son DJ’s special day:

“I thought he was great. He was Johnny-on-the-spot with the towels. Running to the table, picking up shirts, bringing guys their stuff.

You miss so much doing this job. Those are the moments where it’s all worth it. For him to have that experience is special. I don’t take that for granted.”

LeBron even gave Draymond’s son a shout out on Instagram:

Fans love it. Draymond loved it. The players all seemed to love it. Draymond’s son DJ told him “It was fun, daddy” which is A LOT for a toddler to say, that basically means the world.

Fans React To Draymond Green’s Son Getting To Be A Towel Boy

It really has been.

Draymond’s son is no stranger to being around the organization. This was just a few weeks ago:

I’m thankful my son is too young to have any idea what’s going on here. I’ve got a 3-year-old and he’s a few years away from realizing that I can’t give him the same gifts as someone like Draymond. Courtside seats will have to suffice in place of actually getting to be part of the team for a day.