The end result for the Warriors certainly appears to be a super team, but the way they were assembled was quite different from the ones that have come before. People are getting paid millions of dollars to go on TV and scream at each other, whether it's in sports or politics or entertainment, and I guess it was only a matter of time before it spilled into politics. "And I know he wants to be here and we want him here".
"I don't think it's fair to minimize what Kevin offers Golden State and what they offered him to say that it was the weakest move in National Basketball Association history". Shaun Livingston had a insane knee injury.
Durant, Curry and Andre Iguodala are free agents this summer, but money will likely be no object in retaining this core for the foreseeable future. Nobody wanted him. A lot of people didn't expect these guys to be where they are today.
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Regardless of how badly the Warriors wanted to redeem themselves, this Finals was most important for all-star Durant.
When Lebron James left Cleveland and went to the Miami, I was one of the people who thought it was insane that he left his hometown to build a super team.
"Somebody asked me about (going to the White House) a couple of months ago, like a hypothetical, if the championship were to happen would I do it and I think I answered "I wouldn't go". Take for instance the big minutes that Patrick McCaw played in the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
But assembling great players has never been a guarantee of instant success as too many star players can sometimes create issues with how the ball should get distributed.