Warriors Willing To Give Kevin Durant Any Contract He Chooses

Posted June 13, 2018

"Whatever he wants", Myers said, laughing.

Lane joined the Warriors in 2015 and has been a staple of the training room ever since, often seen working with the likes of Curry, who only played 51 regular season games in 2017-18 due to ankle injuries and a Grade 2 MCL sprain.

Since he famously took roughly $10 million less than he could have in order to keep the team's core in tact last summer, he might want to capitalize by signing the four-year deal with approximately $160 million that the Warriors can offer him. "He's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants". I want him to be happy and want him to know we want him as long as he wants to be here.

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It is not clear, however, if Durant will sign a one-year deal as he did in the 2016 offseason, or if he will seek a multi-year deal.

"She's been huge, just being there for us", Curry told the Connor LeTourneau of The San Francisco Chronicle. Regardless of what team James ends up playing for next year and the collective talent they possess, he's still likely to be considered the best player in the game.

On Monday, the 29-year-old forward and 11-year National Basketball Association veteran said that he can see the light at the end of the tunnel of his playing career. The most obvious line in the video is "Looking like straight bozos, I saw it coming, that's why I went solo", which is Westbrook's way of calling the Golden State Warriors - specifically KD - bozos for teaming up in Golden State while he is perfectly fine running the show alone in Oklahoma City. That's how I want to leave the game.

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"I heard him say that, but I'll believe it when it happens", Kleiman said.

"Being able to get her message across with some humor and some wit, I think that's pretty special", guard Shaun Livingston said.

Will Barton - one of the most underrated players in the league, who might get squeezed in a tight free agent market.

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No, instead this had to do with back-to-back Finals MVP Kevin Durant and the unusual shots that were levied at him at the parade that he helped make happen.