Warriors to Pay Kevin Durant 'Whatever He Wants'

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Warriors to Pay Kevin Durant 'Whatever He Wants'

Now the hard part begins. "The Celtics won't have as much talent, but they'll have the second-best roster in the league".

Remember when Warriors owner Joe Lacob told the New York Times in 2016 that the team was "lightyears ahead of probably every other team"?

But the Warriors' "light years" lead on the court is shrinking - down to mere light seconds.

Warriors center David West made some eyebrow-raising comments in the locker room during Golden State's postgame championship celebration on Friday night.

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. "We want to do this thing again".

Two NBA championships (and two Finals MVPs). "And I feel like these guys embraced me and I feel like I'm a Warrior". "It's a very thin line between winning and losing - it may not look like it".

The Warriors will have seven free agents this summer.

Durant and Co. wound up sweeping the Cavaliers in four games to take home the team's second consecutive title and third in four years.

So then, was this just some light-hearted chirping from Myers to Durant, or an indication that the Dubs may actually be thinking of just letting the former MVP and four-time scoring champ walk away?

And on Steph, Myers added: "Well, yeah, that was different".

The pop up shop will be located at Rooftop, 1500 Broadway in Oakland, Calif. June 13 from 11 a.m.to 7 p.m.

Kerr has one year remaining on his original five-year contract, so he would receive a multiyear extension - and Kerr wants to coach Golden State for the long haul, perhaps for another decade if he can.

Many - though not all - believe the Boston Celtics will be the class of the NBA's Eastern Conference next season. But there was one moment that not a lot of people saw between coach Steve Kerr and Quinn Cook. Nothing to me was that, like, shocking but yeah we went through some stuff. Durant has a player option worth $26.25 million that he will nearly surely decline.

"So I don't think that's going to define me as a player". Their ultimate goal was to get "clicking like Golden State" when it mattered most: the postseason.

Jamal Crawford - one of the finest offensive players in the league, who might we willing to take a pay cut to play for a victor. Draymond's got two more. "It's just human nature and a lot of injuries, a lot of wear and tear". "I know they're going to view it as a ideal career no matter what".

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