While Kevin Durant has suggested twice in recent days that "anything can happen" in the NBA, his future with the Golden State Warriors does appear settled at this point.
"I just sat down with him about half an hour ago and he said he's re-signing with Golden State," said Rachel Nichols on Thursday's edition of The Jump.
Durant will be a free agent again this offseason as he was in 2017. It is not yet clear what type of contract Durant will sign with the Warriors.
"I'm planning on staying with the Warriors, and we'll figure the rest out," Durant said, before adding that only the "small details" remained to be figured out.
Durant can sign a four-year, max contract valued at around $158 million. He could also sign another two-year deal with a player option, or a three-year-deal with a player option after the second year.