Kevin Durant says he would consider retiring at 35

Lawrence Cooper
June 13, 2018

Warriors general manager Bob Myers expects swift negotiations to re-sign two-time reigning NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant and coach Steve Kerr.

We're going to guess Myers regretted the words the second they fell out of his mouth.

While Durant isn't planning to leave the Warriors any time soon, James could depart from the Cavaliers for a second time when free agency begins next month. Yet after winning the latest of his Finals MVP awards on Friday in Game 4 of the 2018 Finals, Durant told ESPN's Chris Haynes he could see himself leaving the game in five years. Kevin Durant, look what he did for us previous year. "Before his Warriors exit I want to enjoy as much time with him as possible". Kevin Durant, look what he did for us past year, he did us a great service, so he's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants. 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.

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Despite the fact that at least two games out of the four-game sweep were extremely entertaining, and despite a plethora of intriguing takeaways spawning from the series, if it means we can move past all the overreactions, let me be the first to join those suffering from Warriors fatigue and say "good riddance" to his year's Finals. 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. "I have no idea how that'll play out". Even with him, though, Golden State needed a Game 7 comeback just to defeat the Houston Rockets on the road and reach the Finals this year, but the beat-down of Cleveland seemed to reinforce the notion for some that the National Basketball Association has lost its competitive balance. Draymond's got two more.

"Every guy kind of copes with injuries differently... she's been big in helping us through the recovery process and kind of giving us the game plan of how we can get back on the floor".

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