OAKLAND (KRON) -- Golden State Warriors Star Draymond Green wants to give underprivileged kids in Oakland a chance to watch the team make NBA history on Wednesday night.
Green announced on Twitter Monday night that he is going to buy three tickets to the last regular-season Warriors game in Oakland against the Memphis Grizzlies.
He said he will give them away to an underprivileged kid in Oakland to "allow them to witness history."
Going to buy 3 tickets and find an underprivileged kid in Oakland and allow them to witness history Wednesday!!! Let's get it fellas!!!
- Draymond Green (@Money23Green) April 12, 2016
If the Warriors beat the Grizzlies, they will hold the record for most wins in a regular season. They are currently tied with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls record of 72 wins.
Ticket prices for Wednesday night's game are off the charts.
It's $350 for a standing room only ticket, according to StubHub. And if you want to put your feet on the floor to watch this game, it's going to be north of $15,000 per ticket.
Green says he will release more information later on Tuesday.