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Draymond Green offered $100k porn deal

By Alex Butler
Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green warms up to play the Portland Trail Blazers in game 5 of the NBA West Semifinals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on May 11, 2016. Photo by Terry Schmitt/UPI | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/8a1715e1b5de74d9a198b6906704c955/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
Golden State Warriors' Draymond Green warms up to play the Portland Trail Blazers in game 5 of the NBA West Semifinals at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California on May 11, 2016. Photo by Terry Schmitt/UPI | License Photo

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug. 2 (UPI) -- When Draymond Green thought about starring in his first movie, he was probably thinking something similar to 'Space Jam.'

But the Golden State Warriors forward has found himself in a precarious position after 'accidently' posting a nude photo on Snapchat.

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According to TMZ Sports, Green's glimpse earned him a movie offer from Vivid Entertainment.

"Here's the deal: We will give you $100k to star in a porn called 'Drayzilla,'" Vivid founder Steven Hirsch wrote in a letter obtained by TMZ Sports.

"You call all the shots. You pick your co-stars and set up the scene however you want."

"After you runner-up performance last year I'm sure you'll be ready to really drive it home," Hirsch wrote. "There's no doubt this will be a huge hit and everyone will see a lot of Green," Hirsch wrote.

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Green claimed the leaked photo was intended to be a private message and that he hit the wrong button.

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He originally claimed that he was "hacked."

Green is currently set to represent the United States in the Rio Games. It doesn't seem like Green would accept the Vivid offer, since he is due $15.4 million next season. Green reached a plea agreement in July after slapping a former Michigan State football player in public. He was suspended from Game 5 of the NBA Finals after hitting Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the groin.

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"I'm in a great position in my life," Green told ESPN Sunday. "There's so many things going on in my world for me to sit and complain, 'I can't catch a break.' I'm living my dream.

"To say I can't catch a break I think that's disrespectful for everybody," Green told ESPN. "How many people get to live their dreams? I'm not going to sit here and throw myself a pity party and say I can't catch a break. I'm fine. I get to joke around with these guys all day and get to do what I love for my country. I'm fine. I'm fine."

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Team USA begins its quest for Olympic glory Saturday against China.

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