Draymond Green takes jab at Tristan Thompson during Warriors parade

Draymond Green takes jab at Tristan Thompson during Warriors parade

"Sometimes you don't negotiate", Myers told the Associated Press.

Since Durant signed a one-plus-one deal last summer, he will decline his second-year option and therefore become an unrestricted free agent this summer.

Draymond Green always says or does something wild at the Warriors' championship parades, and this year was no different.

Before sitting down with Kevin Durant on Monday to get his take on LeBron's next move, Kimmel revealed that he had sent his crew to Oakland for the first two games of the championship series specifically to mess with fans. He praised Golden State's "unselfish environment", in which Curry was the NBA's reigning two-time MVP when Durant arrived, and said he was happy to have been able to put himself in a discussion of "the greats", such as "Kobe, M.J., LeBron, Kareem". So, he's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants.

"I just don't think that'll happen, man", Durant responded. "Before his Warriors exit I want to enjoy as much time with him as possible". "He's earned that to lay out the terms". That shouldn't be a long negotiation. 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.

"This game, your craft, you have to continue studying it".

"In the entirety of last year's playoffs, Durant had 37 isolation possessions, via Synergy Sports", Moore wrote.

"I feel like it's easy to be the best player when you don't have good players around you". Nothing to me was that, like, shocking but yeah we went through some stuff.

Many, however, remain skeptical of such signing taking place. "I would say there is stylistic tension - but not personal tension", Kerr said.