Draymond Green proposed to girlfriend Hazel Renee with 6-carat diamond ring reportedly worth $300K
The couple has already been engaged a few weeks and details about the engagement have now been uncovered.
Green spared no expense. TMZ reported that he arranged for a helicopter and a yacht and that the ring came with a $300,000 price tag.
The publication also confirmed that Green was "very involved in the design process of the ring, from choosing the stone to choosing the setting.
Jason Arasheben, CEO Jason of Beverly Hills, told TMZ that Green was "very particular about the quality of the center stone."
Green popped the big question on 19 January. Photos and video clips shared on Hazel Renee's Instagram account showed that they were on a yacht when he went down on one knee.
The couple arrived by helicopter to find their family and friends already waiting on the yacht, tastefully decorated and flowers everywhere.
The cost of the wrong hardly made a dent in his budget, and Green will take home approximately $17.5 million from the Warriors this season.
Green is currently in the fourth year of a five-year contract worth $82 million. He signed it prior to the 2015-16 season.
The couple first made headlines back in October 2017 when Green had to convince the public that he wasn't cheating on his baby mama with Renee.
Before meeting Renee, Green dated Jalissa, and the couple shares a son, Draymond Green Jr., whom he welcomed in December 2016.
Green missed the Golden State's 117-101 win to be in Brooklyn and flew back to the Bay Area to be there for the birth.
In an Instagram post which has since been deleted, Green said that he had "never experienced such a feeling" like he did when his son was born.
Warrior's coach Steve Kerr told ESPN at the time that Draymond Jr.'s arrival was "awesome news," but added that he had one regret:
"[I'm] disappointed in myself that I didn't insist that Draymond stay home yesterday from the plane. I tried to get him to do it, I didn't fight hard enough, and I'm bummed that he didn't make it back for the actual birth but he's home now, and we're all so happy for him and his family."