Kevin Durant will decline his player option for the 18-19 season to become a free agent.
Durant took a discounted two-year, $51 million deal last offseason, taking $10 million less than his max salary for the 17-18 season. Durant's decision to take less money allowed the Warriors to re-sign Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston.
Durant has yet to decide what type of contract he will seek this offseason, but there are no incentives for him to take a lesser deal.
In early March, Durant told The Athletic: "It made sense to do the one-year deal. I'm sure here soon I'll want to sign a long-term deal just to feel stable. But I'm enjoying every moment of it, so I'm not trying to look too far down the line."