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Durant said he wants people to realize that he gave it his all.

"Sometimes you don't negotiate", Meyers said, via USA Today. He could sign a max five-year deal in July.

"I don't know if anything would really blow your mind but it was a hard season and there were lots of moments where it became more hard", Kerr said.

After winning his second consecutive NBA Finals MVP following the Golden State Warriors' Game 4 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Warriors forward Kevin Durant spoke on a number of different topics.

"We'll get that done pretty quick, I don't think it'll be much to it", Kerr said. They've earned the right to do whatever they want; maybe they want to wait until free agency. That's how I want to leave the game. "No matter how much you enjoy it, nobody wants to be in school that long. He's earned that to lay out the terms". I don't want to go there.

While Myers' comments may seem generous, they actually highlight an odd reality in the National Basketball Association - due to the salary structure of max contracts, the best players in the league are never paid their true worth.

On an open market, it's easy to imagine Durant being paid far more than $40 million a year. Kevin Durant, look what he did for us a year ago.

The comments were a surprise to many, including those who cover the team closely, who seemed to have very little idea what West could be referring to.

"I don't know if anything would really blow your mind but it was a hard season and there were lots of moments where it became more hard", Kerr said.

Kimmel also asked about something we were all wondering-what was going through the Warriors' minds when J.R. Smith committed the play of the Finals, mistakenly dribbling out the ball in the final seconds of regulation of Game 1, thinking his team was leading when in reality the game was tied. Nothing to me was that, like, shocking but yeah we went through some stuff.

"I never could have envisioned this". I don't know if guys are ready for that.

And while the Warriors will always think big, the truth is that if Golden State wants to go for a third-straight title next year, they'll have to make some changes to this roster - specifically to the bench.



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