The Dubs look like an emerging dynasty after capping off the greatest four-year stretch in National Basketball Association history, and barring a next, next chapter for Kevin Durant this summer, they're probably going to be looking at the greatest five-year stretch in National Basketball Association history about 12 months from now.
The 6-foot-9 forward is so long that he doesn't necessarily need elite athleticism to be a great scorer.
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He was appointed to the role in the wake of Spain's poor showing at Euro 2016 in France when they were eliminated in the last 16. But Los Blancos struggled domestically, managing only a third-place finish and ending up 17 points behind champions Barcelona.
"I don't know if anything would really blow your mind but it was a hard season and there were lots of moments where it became more hard", Kerr said. "Thirty-five, that's just a number in my mind".
It is not clear, however, if Durant will sign a one-year deal as he did in the 2016 offseason, or if he will seek a multi-year deal. If he went down that path, it could end up being his last contract.
So then, was this just some light-hearted chirping from Myers to Durant, or an indication that the Dubs may actually be thinking of just letting the former MVP and four-time scoring champ walk away?
A year ago, when Green wore a "quickie" shirt at the parade, in reference to Quicken Loans Arena and the Warriors' five-game victory over the Cavs in the 2017 NBA Finals, James responded on Instagram with another meme - "that's what she said".
Durant has said the same to business partner Rich Kleiman, though he said he would "believe it when it happens".