An odd thing happened at the Golden State Warriors' championship parade Tuesday.
During a combo interview with Steve Kerr and Bob Myers, he mentioned Myers' Monday comment to reporters that Kevin Durant would get "whatever he wants" in upcoming contract negotiations. I'd love to have him for 10 years. But, Durant told ESPN during the NBA Finals he plans to re-sign with the Warriors.
Durant, who turns 30 in September, could ink a five-year deal in July.
With every successful season Durant has as a member of the Golden State Warriors, it must hurt Westbrook more and more as he realizes he's stuck on a roster in OKC with an overpaid Carmelo Anthony, a Paul George that's about to dip, and nearly no chance of winning a championship as long as the Warriors are around.
Given that the Warriors won an National Basketball Association title in 2015, and won a record 73 games the following year before barely losing to James's Cavs with an injury-hobbled Curry, many believed that they were the last team in the league in need of Durant's difference-making talents.
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"Yeah, mid-level", Myers said.
"This game, your craft, you have to continue studying it". That's how I want to leave the game.
"My responsibility is to whatever team I play for".
Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors waits for play during a 127-123 overtime win over the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on November 29, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. "Before his Warriors exit I want to enjoy as much time with him as possible".
Durant scored a career playoff-high 43 points in Game 3, highlighted by a crucial 3-pointer in the final minute. "I feel like it's harder to stand out when you have great players around you". "I know when I took this job I thought we could be really good", Kerr said.