Warriors Kevin Durant Travelling With Team To Toronto

Ross Houston
June 13, 2019

"We'll see where it goes from here", Kerr said Monday.

"They've done it at a really high level for a long time now and they play really well".

The Warriors, led by smooth-shooting guard Stephen Curry, have been the toast of the National Basketball Association since winning their first title in 40 years 2015. When they host Game 3 of the NBA Finals, it'll have been 20 days since Golden State's last home game.

Last month, after the Warriors wrapped up their final regular season game at Oracle in a deciding win against the Los Angeles Clippers, coach Steve Kerr thanked fans for 47 years of support. Durant is averaging 34.2 points per game this post-season. "My favorite player Steph Curry's gonna be ready to play".

How well do you remember the first four Golden State teams to play in the Finals? As a guy who's going to have to chase him around and make it hard on him, obviously there's not going to be any time to relax or take plays off.

"I feel better each and every day".

Kerr said Durant has been spending countless hours rehabbing to recover - hoping to get back soon to what he loves most. "Nobody really wants to banged on, touched, held and grabbed".

"You get that fear of missing out on stuff, like practices and shootarounds and new game plans and stuff like that". Regardless, we will likely see Durant walk away from the Warriors and possibly the Western Conference in general after the conclusion of the Finals. It doesn't matter how we got here. "We just have to be able to keep playing through runs and mistakes and be able to help each other". During their first four Finals berths, a total of 25 different players have scored points in the championship series.

Since Kevin Durant went down with a right calf strain, the Warriors have ramped up their Curry x Green pick-and-rolls.

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