LeBron said everyone knew Durant would be great 'except Portland'

LeBron said everyone knew Durant would be great 'except Portland'

Kevin Durant #35 and Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors react as Tyronn Lue of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks on in the first half during Game Four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena on June 8, 2018 in Cleveland, Ohio. I come in and be the best teammate and player I can be until this thing is over with.

I think most National Basketball Association analysts would acknowledge Steph got robbed of the 2015 Finals MVP when it was given to Andre Iguodala.

"I mean, it's nearly like playing the (New England) Patriots, you can't have mistakes".

Durant also talked about why he's planning on re-signing with the Warriors. Speaking to Michael Lee, he remarked that actually it was harder to be great on the Warriors because there's so many other good players. I don't want to downplay anything and say like this is the end of the road. I think it's more special when you do it with people who support you and love you, care about what you do as a ball player. I pride myself on standing out wherever I am. It's not always just about you.

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The Thunder came roaring back after losing a close game 4 and Durant was the main reason why.

In early rounds of the playoffs, Durant's tendency to attack mismatches with isolations and post-ups received a lot of attention for the way it seemed to move the Warriors away from the movement-heavy offensive style they played during the regular season. I pride myself on working hard wherever I go.

I believe Boston could challenge the Warriors next year, when Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward are healthy, and I believe LeBron's best chance to take down the Warriors would by teaming up with Paul George on the Lakers. "I'm happy I'll be able dial up some of them and get some equity in that deal when it comes to being able to talk amongst the greats and experience what they experienced".