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Analyst says Draymond Green needs to contact Kevin Durant

Analyst says Draymond Green needs to contact Kevin Durant

The NBA Free Agency got off to a strong start with huge extensions going to the likes of Nikola Jokic, Ja Morante, Karl-Anthony Towns, Zion Williamson, Devin Booker, Darius Garland and Bradley Beal, plus some major moves – Jalen Bronson now Nick and John Wall now a clipper.

But it looks like the whole free agency is waiting for one Kevin Durant, Brooklyn Nets current and former Golden State Warriors All-forward which is expected to be the crown jewel of the NBA’s 2022 Free Agency crown.

According to ESPN’s Mark Spears,The Warriors are among the teams with an interest in Durant. But as Spears correctly notes: “That’s how you do more than half of the league. It’s Kevin Durant. You better make the call if you’re a head coach in the NBA. It’s Kevin Durant.”

Bleacher Report’s Jake Fisher indicated less than a week ago that there would be no reciprocal interest.

“The only team that NBA sources familiar with the situation have indicated isn’t a concrete option for Durant is Golden State,” Fisher reported. “And the Warriors likely won’t have a bunch of winable pieces right now that would interest Brooklyn anyway.”

Dubs’ lack of “pieces winning now” is debatable, but Durant’s lack of interest in Golden State is probably not – if you remember, his final year with Golden State alone was included screaming with Draymond GreenAnd the Anger at how to deal with that scream And the Baring questions about the team’s handling of the calf injury.

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Green and Durant have also exchanged words for just the past month and a half on Twitter And the Various podcasts.

Spears’ tweet, however, restarted the Durant-back-to-Golden State media cycle, and former NBA player and current NBA TV analyst Dennis Scott proceeded to take it to the dumbest place on Sunday night.

Scott: “It’s very simple if I’m the warrior.” He said During a late night clip from Free Agent Fever. “Draymond, call KD. Really simple.” Hey KD, we know what happened. We’ve had the podcast, we’ve settled it, and we’ve talked about it. Do you want to re-ignite? Want to go ahead and win two more championships? Do you want a chance to get more best players? Steph got MVP now because naysayers, Steph had to get MVP. I’ve got it now. But if you’re talking about winning four of the next five, all the things that happen on social media, it gives you a chance to do that.”

Yes, there is plenty of airtime until the end of the 2022-23 NBA season in mid-October, but just sixteen days after the Warriors won the NBA title without Kevin Durant – Something many ESPN media critics have said is impossible – against anyoneThe greatest defenses in NBA history“We’re already somehow back where we started.