Listen: Klay Thompson, Us And Clippers discussed on Beyond Reality Radio
"Kind of. Of widespread league consensus that Kevin Durant is going to leave whether the warriors win or lose this title. It's rare that players in their prime voluntarily break-up dynasty, and yes, he changes his mind, and yes, he's tough to figure out. But is there a league wide consensus to why? Kevin Durant wants to leave even if they win. I mean, that's mostly comes to legacy sort of stuff. Right. And one of one of the strangest things that I've seen sort of being around the war's last season's kinda seeing what it's been like to be at Kevin Durant. Kind of on the words the thing that sticks out. She most is this is a guy who is that in my in my opinion. No worse than the fourth us players. The right probably the top three. And I think our or maybe higher. He he's not third-most hockey player and his team, you know, in his city. You know, he's no matter what he he's always view. Sort of as a mercenary there. He's that Steph curry he's not Klay Thompson, his tremend- green. You know, he's not without you know, and a lot of ways sort of Golden State. He wasn't they one guy there. And I think that that's an odd thing. He he's doesn't get credit for their titles. They all kind of come with a, you know, fate accomplis sort of idea that this is just gonna you know, the warriors gonna win again. And they could go win again this season to win another finals MVP. And again, you know, none of several built it was legacy. Now, you know, if he goes somewhere else, he goes to New York if he goes to the clippers if he goes to Brooklyn, you know, and win somewhere else he can kind of reestablish that. It's like, yeah. I can do this on my own."