Warriors' Kevin Durant can picture retiring at 35

Dean Simpson
June 13, 2018

"Sometimes you don't negotiate", Meyers said, via USA Today.

The most lucrative deal that Durant can make at this time is to opt out of his current deal and then sign for four years and $160 million.

The Golden State Warriors' championship parade is a big day for Draymond Green, because it affords him many chances to talk trash and troll people, and those are two things the All-Star forward loves to do.

Kevin Durant has shown us numerous times over the years that he doesn't take criticism very well. "He's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants".

"I just don't think that'll happen, man", Durant responded. "Want him to be happy and want him to know we want him as long as he wants to be here". "He's earned that to lay out the terms".

Kerr plans to take it easy for the next several months and not work much as Myers handles the contracts and money, while leaving summer league coaching duties to Willie Green.

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.

"This game, your craft, you have to continue studying it". As it turns out, when Smith's decision to run out the clock rather than look for a potential game-winning shot contributed to a Game 1 loss, the Warriors had a "good feeling" the series was over.

Durant, who has worn the No. 35 all throughout his career with Texas, Oklahoma City and now Golden State, averaged 28.8 points during the Warriors' four-game sweep of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, which ended Friday. "Kevin's really the free agent we have to focus on".

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