Stephen Curry talks with 'GMA' on Golden State Warriors' success

Stephen Curry talks with 'GMA' on Golden State Warriors' success

In two seasons with the Warriors, Kevin Durant has won two NBA titles and two NBA Finals MVP awards, and become the final superstar piece that cemented Golden State as a dynasty. The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 108-85.

Curry appeared on Good Morning America where he talked about what this year's title means to him, his teammates, and his family.

"I'm gonna stand in front of KD", Fitzgerald said. "No matter how much you enjoy it, nobody wants to be in school that long".

"I just don't think that will happen", Durant said. "Kevin's really the free agent we have to focus on".

Since he famously took roughly $10 million less than he could have in order to keep the team's core in tact last summer, he might want to capitalize by signing the four-year deal with approximately $160 million that the Warriors can offer him.

"We just don't have a lot of vehicles to add players, as far as financial or cap space or even the non-taxpayer mid-level [exception] - things that you'd normally have, we don't have", Myers said.

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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? But there was one moment that not a lot of people saw between coach Steve Kerr and Quinn Cook.

In recent comments, Durant said he feels like a flawless fit - not only on his team, but also in the Bay Area in general. "But I didn't think it was anything unusual given the state of our team and what we've been through and the length of this journey".

He doesn't expect any difficulties in getting a deal worked out. Draymond's got two more.

Kevin Durant already said he'd be re-signing with the Warriors sometime this summer, but even with that vow in hand, the National Basketball Association champions are prepared to give him whatever he wants.

How it all shakes out is anyone's guess, but the Warriors know it has to shake - at least a bit - if they're going to be back in the same position this time next year.

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