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Salary Cap Breakdown for the Golden State Warriors

TORONTO, ONTARIO - JUNE 10:  Klay Thompson #11 and Draymond Green #23 of the Golden State Warriors react after a foul call against the Toronto Raptors in the first half during Game Five of the 2019 NBA Finals at Scotiabank Arena on June 10, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)
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The Golden State Warriors inked big man Draymond Green to a four-year, $100 million extension Saturday, and now have their four superstar players under contract until until at least 2022.

For a team that many have counted out before the season starts due to Kevin Durant's departure and Klay Thompson's injury, the Warriors are in a great position for the next three seasons.

Let's take a look at where they stand in terms of the NBA's salary cap:

Steph Curry

Contract: 5 years, $201,158,790
2019-20 salary: $40,231,758

Klay Thompson

Contract: 5 years, $189,903,600
2019-20 salary: $32,742,000

D'Angelo Russell

Contract: 4 years, $117,325,500
2019-20 salary: $27,285,000

Draymond Green

Contract: 5 years, $82,000,000; upcoming extension: 4 years, $99,666,362
2019-20 salary:
$18,539,130

Kevon Looney

Contract: 3 years, $15,000,000
2019-20 salary: $4,629,630

Willie Cauley-Stein

Contract: 2 years, $4,463,840
2019-20 salary: $2,177,483

Jordan Poole

Contract: 2 years, $4,028,040
2019-20 salary: $1,964,760

Jacob Evans

Contract: 2 years, $3,570,120
2019-20 salary: $1,925,880

Omari Spellman

Contract: 2 years, $3,518,280
2019-20 salary: $1,897,800

Alec Burks

Contract: 1 year, $2,320,044.
2019-20 salary: $2,320,044

Alfonzo McKinnie

Contract: 2 years, $2,937,614
2019-20 salary: $1,588,231 (non-guaranteed)

Eric Paschall

Contract: 3 years, $4,198,912
2019-20 salary: $898,310

Alan Smailagic

Contract: 4 years, $6,129,593
2019-20 salary: $898,310

The Warriors are currently hard-capped, meaning they have already spent the maximum amount of money on salaries this season that is allowed under league rules-- they cannot exceed $138,928,000. The team is currently $15,412,492 over the luxury tax, but if winning has been any sort of indicator of success, it's all worth it for this team, which is about to open up the state-of-the-art Chase Center in San Francisco this fall.