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Kevin Durant Describes 2016 Team USA Experience As 'Therapy'
Kevin Durant isn't sure if he'll return for Tokyo in 2020.
Kevin Durant: I'm At My Best When I Don't Care If We Win Or Lose
Kevin Durant typically writes, "Have Fun" and "Smile" on his sneakers but forgot to scribble that reminder before facing Argentina.
Kevin Durant, DeAndre Jordan Have Grown Closer During Team USA
Kevin Durant considers DeAndre Jordan one of his best friends in the NBA.
Phil Pressey Agrees To Camp Deal With Warriors
Phil Pressey could conceivably give the Warriors depth at point guard.
Cavs-Knicks, Warriors-Spurs Featured On 16-17 Opening Night
The Cavs also hosted the Knicks in LeBron James' first game back in 2014.
Willie Green Hired By Warriors As Assistant Coach
Willie Green played 12 NBA seasons and was a teammate of Andre Iguodala for six of them.
Kevin Durant's First Game Back In Oklahoma City Scheduled For Feb. 11th
Kevin Durant will first play the Thunder on Nov. 3rd in Oakland.
Cavs To Host Warriors On Christmas Day
The Warriors and Cavaliers met in each of the past two Finals, as well as Christmas Day in 2015.
Kevin Durant Happy For Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City
Kevin Durant hasn't had a chance to actually sit down with Russell Westbrook to discuss the situation.
Klay Thompson Doesn't See Need To Change Game With Addition Of Durant
Klay Thompson doesn't believe the individual games of the Warriors have to change due to the addition of Kevin Durant.

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Warriors Analysis

How The Center Position Could Become The Warriors' Kryptonite

by Jonny Auping

Zaza Pachulia and Anderson Varejao are incompetent offensive players who make it much easier to use double teams. They won't be respected on offense and will be deliberately singled out on defense.

Team USA And The Genesis Of NBA Superteams

by Christopher Reina

Without the development of friendships as teammates and the on-court test drive of playing with each other as part of Team USA, the 2010 Heat and 2016 Warriors probably never happen.

A Basketball Capital Born In The Dust Considers What's Next

by John Wilmes

A small-market team fought for championships every year, gaining global prominence and pride as Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook defied the long odds facing a multi-national entertainment product that stakes its identity in the middle of a state most known for its unbeautiful dust.

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