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It is now officially official.

Klay Thompson is not eligible to sign a "supermax" extension with the Warriors this summer because the shooting guard did not make an All-NBA team (the same goes for Draymond Green).

The six guards that finished ahead of the five-time All-Star:

First Team:
-Steph Curry
-James Harden

Second Team:
-Damian Lillard
-Kyrie Irving

Third Team:
-Kemba Walker
-Russell Westbrook

If Klay made one of the squads, Golden State could have offered him a contract worth about $221 million over five years.

Now, the biggest contract he can sign in July is for about $190 million over five years (assuming a projected salary cap of $109 million).

Klay -- who made an All-Defensive team for the first time in his career on Wednesday -- is expected to demand the full $190 million max in free agency.

His father, Mychal, has repeatedly said there is no reason for the two sides to even negotiate.

Golden State owner/CEO Joe Lacob has made it very clear that the Warriors can basically do whatever they want financially and intend to pay Klay what he deserves.


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The Warriors have been in the luxury tax three of the last four seasons (including this year), which means they will face "repeater tax" penalties starting in 2019-20.

Although the franchise is worth an estimated $3.5 billion and the team will be practically printing money at Chase Center, the All-NBA voters saved the Warriors tens of millions of dollars annually by not rewarding Klay.

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