durant and curry

The season had just ended and we are going into the draft and free agent recruiting time. There is a major news today about Kevin Durant’s future.

Kevin Durant has decided to sign with the Golden State Warriors, to the utter shock of many. The NBA’s 2013-14 MVP and one of the most unique talents in history, possessing the kind of complete scoring and fluidity that we’ve never seen in a near 7-footer, has made his free agency decision at long last. It’s a decision that kept the basketball world in a state of sheer tension all July 4th morning, and will now give the Warriors and their ecstatic fans an utter sense of relief and joy.

In that time, he’s done more than enough to earn the 2007-08 Rookie of the Year award, seven All-Star appearances, one MVP award, four scoring titles (his career-high came in 2013-14 with 32 points per game) and six All-NBA honors, five of which were the First Team.

While guys like Andrew Bogut, Andre Iguodala and possibly others will need to go to create cap space, the thought of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Kevin Durant and Draymond Green forming the best shooting lineup in NBA history is simply terrifying for everyone outside of Golden State. Just think what fear a new “Super Death” lineup will bring into the NBA with Durant’s scoring and length at the four instead of Barnes. read more at aol.com