Kevin Durant Casually Roasted by Warriors GM at Championship Parade

Tyler Owen
June 13, 2018

"Want him to be happy and want him to know we want him as long as he wants to be here".

Myers wants to keep as much of the core of the two-time defending champions intact while also realizing the Warriors will be a younger team without the same veteran presence as the group that just swept LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to finish the finals Friday.

"This game, your craft, you have to continue studying it", Durant said. The Dubs look like an emerging dynasty after capping off the greatest four-year stretch in National Basketball Association history, and barring a next, next chapter for Kevin Durant this summer, they're probably going to be looking at the greatest five-year stretch in National Basketball Association history about 12 months from now.

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

23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers reacts against the Golden State Warriors during Game Four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena
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Durant has said the same to business partner Rich Kleiman, though he said he would "believe it when it happens".

Rhonda Lewis (center) - with Addie Kitchen (left) and Sharon Taylor - says most people can't afford tickets to an actual game, but the parade is a chance for everyone to come together. "I know they're going to view it as a ideal career no matter what".

Interviewed on stage by broadcaster Bob Fitzgerald, when asked about his comments about giving Durant "whatever he wants", Myers backtracked and called it a joke leading to a rather awkward exchange with even head coach Steve Kerr chiming in to take a little shot at Durant. Nothing to me was that, like, shocking but yeah we went through some stuff. However, he hasn't put a limit on himself. If you have to have the best ISO player on Earth, then you've got to live with some ISO's when maybe you don't want them. I pride myself on working hard wherever I go.

"I feel like I have options".

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