Durant to decline option, re-sign with Warriors

Durant to decline option, re-sign with Warriors

Durant to decline option, re-sign with Warriors

The reigning Finals MVP Kevin Durant has made a decision to decline his player option for the 2018-19 season and become an unrestricted free agent this summer. That said, Durant has no intentions of leaving the Bay Area.

However, as reported by ESPN, the decision to become an unrestricted free agent does not mean Durant will leave Golden State, as the 29-year-old will instead restructure his deal with the reigning National Basketball Association champions.

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Through the trials and tribulations of the regular season, Warriors players and head coach Steve Kerr have maintained that the Warriors' issues with complacency and boredom should be significantly allayed once they reach the playoffs and begin to play truly meaningful games.

The discounted deal permitted the defending champion Warriors to re-sign swingman Andre Iguodala and backup guard Shaun Livingston.

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Durant will turn 30 before the start of the 2018-19 campaign, but he continues to play at an MVP-caliber level during his second year in Golden State. Durant could earn $35 million next season. At the time, I said it was the right decision, but given the draw the Warriors landed on Wednesday, it looks like a downright stroke of genius.

The three options he could take according to ESPN Front Office Insider Bobby Marks are a two-year deal with a 2019-2020 player option, a four-year max contract valued at around $158 million or a three-year deal with a player option after the second season.

We also go over Quinn Cook talking about his new two-year deal after bouncing back and forth between the National Basketball Association and G-League.

When the Warriors signed Kevin Durant in 2016, there was a prevailing belief that they were injury-proof - meaning they had enough talent that even if one of their best players got hurt, they could still succeed. Houston averaged 112.4 points per game this season while improving their defense and allowing just 103.9 per game.

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