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  • Kevin Durant's Contract Decision Makes The Golden State Warriors Even More Unstoppable

    Kevin Durant is going to restructure his deal with the Golden State Warriors to take less money, according to reports. According to ESPN, Durant will voluntarily become an unrestricted free agent on July 1 before immediately re-signing with the Warriors. Durant was due a salary of $27,734,405 in 2017-18 according to Spotrac but he will take around $4 million less than than the maximum available to him.
    20 Jun @ 7PM

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  • Kevin Durant's Contract Decision Makes The Golden State Warriors Even More Unstoppable

    Kevin Durant is going to restructure his deal with the Golden State Warriors to take less money, according to reports. According to ESPN, Durant will voluntarily become an unrestricted free agent on July 1 before immediately re-signing with the Warriors. Durant was due a salary of $27,734,405 in 2017-18 according to Spotrac but he will take around $4 million less than than the maximum available to him.
    20 Jun @ 5PM

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  • Warriors celebrate NBA crown with street parade

    The Golden State Warriors celebrated their latest NBA championship, waving to the crowd from atop double-decker buses as their victory parade weaved through the streets of downtown Oakland. "We need to enjoy this to the fullest," star guard Stephen Curry said. The Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games to win the title, capping a brilliant 15-1 post-season run.
    16 Jun @ 11AM

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  • Kevin Durant Excels at Basketball, Struggles at Beer Chugging

    Former MVP Kevin Durant leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to join the already championship-anointed Golden State Warriors was easily the biggest news of this year’s NBA season. As such, many sports pundits described the playoffs as a referendum on Durant and his decision. By claiming his first championship ring, as well as the title of Finals MVP, Durant passed the test with flying colors.
    15 Jun @ 1PM

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  • Russell Westbrook Shares First Photo Of His Mini-Me Son

    In May, Russell and Nina Westbrook welcomed their first child, Noah Russell. The couple who have been together since college were elated about their baby boy who came into the world soon after Westbrook's 2016-2017 NBA season ended. On Tuesday, the Oklahoma City Thunder player shared the first photo of Noah on Instagram, and he looks just like his father!
    14 Jun @ 11PM

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  • Kevin Durant gets long awaited NBA Championship after the Warriors win 2nd title in 3 years over Cavs

    The 2017 NBA Championship title was a long-awaited, first-time title for finals MVP Kevin Durant. "I've been praying for a champagne shower in the locker room for a long time and the experience, man, is next level," the Golden State Warriors star told ABC News' T.J. Holmes in an interview after the 129-120 win Monday night. Durant had 39 points in the game-five win over the Cleveland Cavaliers and won the finals MVP trophy. The former Oklahoma City Thunder forward, 28, who had never won a title, said he has been waiting for this moment as long as he can remember. "Since I was 10 or 11-years-old, watching the finals as a kid and seeing how important it is to basketball,” Durant said. “I have achieved
    14 Jun @ 3PM

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  • Nike releases new commercial after Warriors' title slamming those who criticized Kevin Durant

    The Golden State Warriors beat the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5, winning their second championship in three years and their first since adding Kevin Durant to their roster. Shortly after the final buzzer of the NBA Finals, Nike shot back at those critics with a new Kevin Durant commercial titled, "Debate this." It features a number of sports talking heads criticizing Durant during various points of his career, only to be silenced at the end when KD wins his first ring.
    13 Jun @ 7PM

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  • Even 'Jeopardy!' is taking shots at Kevin Durant for joining the Warriors

    The Golden State Warriors are one win away from an NBA title, and if they get that win — if they don’t blow a 3-1 lead this time around — the driving force behind their return to the top of the basketball world will have been Kevin Durant. If the Warriors close out the series Monday night, Durant will likely be the Finals MVP. Before blowing their own 3-1 lead in the Finals, the Warriors had come back from 3-1 down to beat the Thunder in the conference finals.
    13 Jun @ 5AM

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  • Report: NBA 'reviewing several incidents' from Game 4

    The bitter memories of a year ago, even as they live in the back of their minds, are just that. This is, the Warriors say, a new year, a new team and a wholly dissimilar set of circumstances. And they’re exactly right. The Warriors of last June are not the Warriors of this June. Moreover, there is little resemblance between the team that took the floor for Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals and the team that will walk into Oracle Arena Monday night for Game 5 of the 2017 Finals. “Man, different team, man,” Stephen Curry said early Saturday morning, after the Warriors took a 137-116 loss in Game 4. There is one thing, however, that’s exactly the same. The Warriors hold a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven
    11 Jun @ 10PM

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  • Ex-Warriors F Barnes reveals whether he's watching 2017 Finals or not

    The last two seasons, Harrison Barnes was participating in the NBA Finals. This year, his offseason began when the 33-49 Dallas Mavericks' season ended on April 12. Barnes spoke to the media at his basketball camp in Dallas on Saturday and said he has not tuned in for any of the games, according to Mavs.com reporter Dwain Price.
    11 Jun @ 9PM

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