Apparently, the Warriors are willing to give up two stars for Davis
- Steph Curry
- Nick Young
- Kevin Durant
- ANTHONY DAVIS
- Zaza Pachulia
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Kevin Durant finally won his first championship after a decade in NBA. He finished the game with 39 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists and he took home the Finals MVP Award. While his buddy, Stephen Curry managed to collect 34 points, 6 rebounds and 10 assists.
But it was Andre Iguodala who sparked the Warriors of the bench as he finished the game with 20 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists. It was a big help for them as Klay Thompson was struggling in the game and finished with 11 points only.
Starting today, Kevin Durant will be a forever villain for the Cavalier fans. Not because he is a dirty player but he just basically shattered the hearts of millions of Cleveland fans.
Watch “Draymond Green on Lebron, “He can have the GOAT title, but he can’t have this ring!”
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In this video from NBA Skyline:
It has been a shocking news for Oklahoma City Thunder Fans, after Kevin Durant joined the bandwagon and left them just to join the powerhouse Golden State Warriors. The Warriors now, are much more lethal as a contender than before. The Big 5 for the Warriors consists of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Draymond Green and of course.. Durant.
The fans were not happy with what happened and were disappointed with Durant’s decision.
Here are some of what I found about fans reacting on Durant’s Instagram:
Here is Durant’s essay posted on The Players Tribune. A message on ending his 9-year stint with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Kevin Durant in his own words. pic.twitter.com/BrwNz0F326
— The Players’ Tribune (@PlayersTribune) July 4, 2016
//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsAfter all, it is still Durant’s decision. We couldn’t blame him for leaving, but it is unfair to go to a team who has a lot of star players in their prime and lastly, going to a team who just eliminated them last playoffs just to win a championship, is much worse than not winning a ring.
Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors was suspended in Game 5 of the 2016 NBA Finals
due to his dirty antics after hitting LeBron in the groin that got the refs call him a Flagrant foul 1.
This was not the first time that Draymond has hit a player in the groin. During the Western Conference Finals, Draymond also hit Steven Adams of the Oklahoma City Thunder on the
same area, but got away with it.
Now, he paid the price of being a dirty player after being helpless as his teammates crumble down to the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 with a score of 112-97.
After the game, Green said during the interview that he have a strong belief that if he played Game 5, they’ll win. But he didn’t, because he has put himself in a situation where he wasn’t able to play.
Green moves on from the suspension looking forward on closing out the series in Game 6 at Cleveland.
See the video below:
High Road. invisible bridge used to step over said person when open floor is available left to right.
— Ayesha Curry (@ayeshacurry) June 12, 2016
So how will LeBron respond to Ayesha? hmm… Things are getting exciting as the NBA Finals is coming to an end. We’ll see after LeBron releases his statement.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green, fresh off signing a five-year contract this summer, is pledging $3.1 million to Michigan State. This is the largest donation from an athlete in school history.
Green made the announcement Thursday at his alma mater. He signed an $82 million contract after helping the Warriors win the NBA championship in June.
“I never thought I’d be in this position to give anybody $3 million, I’ve never been so excited in my life to give money away.”Green said.
Over his first three NBA seasons, Green made less than $2.7 million before signing his current deal
The donation, Green said, is for both athletics and academics. A portion of the funds will go toward building a new strength and conditioning room in the Breslin Center, a locker room, a recruiting lounge and a hall of history.
Former Spartans players Magic Johnson and Steve Smith have made donations of $3.01 million and $3.05 million, respectively, in the past.