Draymond Green to toast Steph Curry with $5K bottle of wine – on Warriors owner's tab

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To toast another milestone achievement in Stephen Curry's career, Draymond Green is buying an expensive bottle of wine and charging it to Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob's tab yet again.

Recognized among the 75 greatest player in NBA history last week on the league's 75th anniversary team, Curry will say cheers to the accomplishment alongside his teammates at the same Oklahoma City restaurant that he celebrated becoming the Warriors franchise leader in points – beating Wilt Chamberlain's record in April.

"Steph just made the 75th anniversary team so y'all can call Joe (Lacob) this time and tell Joe that we about to go order a bottle of DRC because Steph made the 75th anniversary team," Green said Monday. "And Klay's 77."

Bottles of the burgundy wine, DRC (Domaine de la Romanée-Conti La Tâche) can cost upwards of $5,000.

Warriors Klay Thompson, however, will not be participating in the celebratory wine drinking.

"The thing is Klay or Joe didn't make the trip," Green shared. "So they can't partake in the bottle. So me and Steph will enjoy it. Bob (Myers) didn't come, could have had a glass. They didn't come. So me and Steph will enjoy a bottle of DRC tonight. It's going on Joe's tab."

Contact Analis Bailey at aabailey@usatoday.com or on Twitter @analisbailey.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Draymond Green to toast Steph Curry NBA 75th team honor with $5K wine