Report: Durant may not take meetings when free agency begins
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant hasn't decided if he will meet with teams when free agency begins Sunday.
It’s not yet known whether free agent Kevin Durant isas he sets up shop in New York City.
What we do know is thatwith free agency opening Sunday evening. Among those teams, the Golden State Warriors can offer $57 more than any other squad if they were to re-sign Durant.
Durant himself will now reportedly meet with Warriors general manager Bob Myers and teammate Stephen Curry in the Big Apple ahead of free agency later this weekend.
From's : Warriors' Stephen Curry is planning to join GM Bob Myers in visit to Kevin Durant in New York.
Kevin Durant free agency rumors: Superstar will meet with 4 teams
Kevin Durant has a plan for free agency and he's sticking to it. The Warriors forward will meet with four teams in the coming days and decide who to play with after those meetings. According to ESPN, Durant will meet with the Warriors, Nets, Knicks and Clippers. Story filed to ESPN: Golden State’s Kevin Durant is planning to engage four teams in discussions upon the opening of NBA free agency on Sunday – the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks and Warriors, league sources tell ESPN.— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania)
Can Curry talk the injured Durant into returning to Northern California? That’s a major question mark heading into free agency.
Durant and Curry have earned three consecutive Western Conference championships and two NBA titles in three seasons together. They are largely considered one of the greatest duos in modern league history.
In addition to the Warriors, Durant is considering both New York-based teams and the Los Angeles Clippers in free agency.
Despite likely being sidelined for all of next season with a ruptured Achilles, Durant is expected to get a.
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Kevin Durant felt like an outsider during time with Warriors.
Kevin Durant could not have left the Golden State Warriors for money or the chance to contend for a title, so he had to have been seeking something else. Many thought he would be drawn to the prospect of rescuing New York Knicks fans from years of torture, but he instead chose to sign with the Brooklyn Nets. Why? Relationships, apparently. Marcus Thompson II of The Athletic wrote a lengthy piece on Durant’s relationship with Stephen Curry and some of his other former teammates, and the overall theme is that Durant may not have ever really felt the love in the Bay Area. More specifically, he envisioned himself becoming close with Curry, and that never ended up happening.