Kevin Durant Says J.R. Smith's Bonehead Play 'Broke' The Cavs

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) celebrates with the Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers in game four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena.

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

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.

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

"She's been huge, just being there for us", Curry told the Connor LeTourneau of The San Francisco Chronicle.

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We're going to guess Myers regretted the words the second they fell out of his mouth.

"Especially if I continue to approach the game the right way every day like I've been doing, hell yeah". "You guys asked me this past year", said James, whose averages of 34.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 10.0 assists went for naught over the four-game defeat. I want him to be happy and want him to know we want him as long as he wants to be here. Colin Cowherd, for one, believes Boston will "dethrone" the Golden State Warriors, who just won their third title in four seasons.

Speaking on the latest edition of the Lowe Post podcast today, Coach Kerr admitted it had been hard at times to gel Durant's style of play with two-time MVP Curry's motion offence.

However, the defending champions, spearheaded by former MVP Kevin Durant, overcame a scare from the Rockets during the Western Conference Finals to reach their fourth-straight NBA Finals - albeit in less bedazzling fashion than spectators in the NBA had come to expect. "I feel like it's harder to stand out when you have great players around you".


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