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Kings-Warriors to play preseason game in Seattle

This isn’t the long-awaited return of NBA basketball to the Emerald City, but it will do for now. As Seattle looks to acquire an NBA team after seeing its beloved Sonics relocate to Oklahoma City after the 2007-08, one of the franchise’s best players will return next fall.According to Ailene Voisin of The Sacramento Bee, the Golden State Warriors will take on the Sacramento Kings...
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NBA planning preseason game in Seattle

The NBA will return to Seattle next preseason with a familiar face for Pacific Northwest fans, according to Ailene Voisin of The Sacramento Bee.Kevin Durant, who spent his rookie season with the SuperSonics before the franchise moved to Oklahoma City, will lead the Warriors against the Kings on October 6 at Key Arena, Voisin writes. It will be the first NBA game at the facility since...
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Draymond Green, Kevin Durant: Warriors do not care about having best record

The Golden State Warriors have had the best record in the NBA for the last three consecutive seasons, but they probably won’t be breaking their backs to make it a fourth this year.In a feature by Anthony Slater of The Athletic that was published on Tuesday, Warriors forwards Draymond Green and Kevin Durant said that the team does not care about being at the top of the regular season...
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Kevin Durant blames himself for All-Star Game awkwardness with Russell Westbrook

Kevin Durant blamed himself for the awkwardness with his former teammate Russell Westbrook at last year’s All-Star Game.Durant spoke with the media on Saturday at NBA All-Star Weekend. He was asked by KFOR’s Nikki Kay about his relationship with Westbrook this weekend compared to the All-Star Game last year. Durant acknowledged they’re doing better and that things were awkward last...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Draymond Green on Fox News host's comments: 'It just shows where we really are'

Fox News anchor Laura Ingraham made news earlier this week by calling out LeBron James and Kevin Durant for their criticism of President Trump.The comments themselves can be seen many ways. But to the objective person out there, they’re seen as divisive and rhetorical. For some, they’re even downright racist. LeBron has already spoken out on the comments multiple times, most recently...
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Steph Curry: All Star draft will ‘definitely’ be on TV next year

At least two NBA players want the league to televise the All-Star draft next year, and one says the league “definitely” will do so.Steph Curry and LeBron James got to serve as captains and pick their All-Star teams in a draft format. The Golden State Warriors star thinks the draft would be “amazing” to watch on TV and that the league will “definitely” televise it.“I think the draft...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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FOX News’ Laura Ingraham rips LeBron James for Trump comments

FOX News has now come for LeBron James.James and fellow All-Star Kevin Durant filmed a video for James’ “Uninterrupted” series called “Rolling with the Champion.” In the video, the two megastars talk politics. Both men were critical of President Trump, which is nothing new for either one.“The climate is hot. The No. 1 job in America, the appointed person is someone who doesn’t understand...
Via Larry Brown Sports
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Klay Thompson wants to finish his career with the Warriors

Klay Thompson and the four Golden State Warriors All-Stars have landed in his home city of Los Angeles for the weekend. Without missing a beat, the first questions lobbed Thompson’s way from the media surrounded his pending free agency. The four-time All-Star is slated to hit the open market following next season, and there’s been rumblings that Golden State might not be able to...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite Durant's performance, Warriors fall to Blazers

The Golden State Warriors aren’t in trouble, but they’re not in first place anymore. Not for now, anyway. That’s because despite Kevin Durant dropping 50 points against the Trail Blazers Wednesday night, the Warriors would fall. But how?After all, Durant would finish 17-of-27 (63 percent) from the field with six three-pointers while shooting 10-of-10 from the line. But these aren...
Via The Sports Post
7 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Durant snaps back at reporter after Thunder question

Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors will face off against his former Oklahoma City Thunder team on Tuesday night. It’s just the second meeting between the two squads this season. And it goes without saying a lot of the pregame talk will surround Durant.In answering questions Tuesday afternoon, Durant hilariously turned the tables on one of the reporters. That’s just brilliant...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

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