Warriors GM says team will give Kevin Durant whatever deal he wants


"Hell yeah I can move on", Durant said.

"I think it's more that "we have to figure this out", it's not like anybody is pointing the finger or blaming one another".

While the Golden State Warriors have a two-time NBA Finals MVP in Kevin Durant, an elite spark plug in Stephen Curry and a defensive ace in Draymond Green, the unsung hero of their NBA season has been the head of physical performance and sports medicine, Chelsea Lane. But there was one moment that not a lot of people saw between coach Steve Kerr and Quinn Cook. "Not really. I think a lot of players might be afraid to come play for us".

Those young guys Kerr is referring to are Jordan Bell, Quinn Cook, and Damian Jones.

The point about Curry is particularly jabbing as he leveraged those same comments into a "super-max" contract last season, something that's definitely on the table for Durant this summer as well.

In recent comments, Durant said he feels like a ideal fit - not only on his team, but also in the Bay Area in general.

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Avery Bradley - a defensive-minded point guard who might find a less-than-robust market.

Ed Davis - a rebounding machine that has tormented the Warriors as a member of the Blazers in recent years.

"For sure this was the toughest of the four, mainly because of the cumulative effect of doing this four years in a row, getting to the Finals four years in a row, it's just hard". Their ultimate goal was to get "clicking like Golden State" when it mattered most: the postseason. Draymond's got two more.

With minimum contracts, Golden State could target Marco Belinelli, Seth Curry, or Joe Johnson - as well as a few dozen other players around the league.

With Durant due to hit free agency after next season, the Warriors have already begun working to ensure that they can keep him around, and general manager Bob Myers seems to have a strategy for keeping negotiations simple, telling reporters on Monday that he's prepared to give Durant "whatever he wants". "I know they're going to view it as a flawless career no matter what".