1. Windhorst: Durant 'balked' at being traded for Russell, leveraged Warriors into including 1st-round pick  957 The Game
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  3. From joy to accounting: the cruel, cold end of a Warriors era  San Francisco Chronicle
  4. Warriors’ Stephen Curry says it’s going to be hard to watch Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston on other teams  ClutchPoints
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The relatively complex sign-and-trade deal that sent Kevin Durant to the Brooklyn Nets and D'Angelo Russell to the Golden State Warriors was reportedly complicated by none other than Durant himself.

Kevin Durant reportedly made the Warriors 'begrudgingly' give up more for D'Angelo Russell - SFGate

Kevin Durant ultimately agreed to the sign-and-trade that brought D'Angelo Russell to the Dubs. But...Kevin Durant ultimately agreed to the sign-and-trade that brought D'Angelo Russell to the Dubs. But...

NBA rumors: Kevin Durant demanded Warriors give Nets first-round pick | NBCS Bay Area

“Statement from Warriors owner Joe Jacob: "Russell Westbrook's contribution to the Golden State Warriors will never be forgotten. Without Russ, we would've never landed KD. We will be retiring Russ' 44 and as long as I'm the owner, no-one will ever again wear that number."”

Jason Whitlock on Twitter: "Statement from Warriors owner Joe Jacob: "Russell Westbrook's contribution to the Golden State Warriors will never be forgotten. Without Russ, we would've never landed KD. We will be retiring Russ' 44 and as long as I'm the owner, no-one will ever again wear that number.""

“With Harden and Westbrook joining forces, this will be the first time two players who each won an MVP within the last 3 seasons have been on the same team since 2016-17 when Kevin Durant (won MVP in 2013-14) joined Stephen Curry (won MVP in 2014-15 and 2015-16) on the Warriors https://t.co/s8D2J4sL3g”

Ryan Hollins on Twitter: "With Harden and Westbrook joining forces, this will be the first time two players who each won an MVP within the last 3 seasons have been on the same team since 2016-17 when Kevin Durant (won MVP in 2013-14) joined Stephen Curry (won MVP in 2014-15 and 2015-16) on the Warriors… https://t.co/qeCYHDeHcm"

“Video: #Warriors Steph Curry on Kevin Durant’s exit to #Nets https://t.co/XzM5GQRyFE”

Cam Inman on Twitter: "Video: #Warriors Steph Curry on Kevin Durant’s exit to #Nets… "

“My girlfriend had just gotten down that KD played with Curry on the Warriors but he used to play with Westbrook on the Thunder, and that Kyrie used to play with LeBron but LeBron now plays in LA, where Kawhi is going but not the same LA. . . And man. . . She's not pleased.”

Josh Eberley 🇨🇦 on Twitter: "My girlfriend had just gotten down that KD played with Curry on the Warriors but he used to play with Westbrook on the Thunder, and that Kyrie used to play with LeBron but LeBron now plays in LA, where Kawhi is going but not the same LA. . . And man. . . She's not pleased."

The Golden State Warriors made numerous big additions this offseason, but their small forward position remains a glaring weakness on the roster.The Golden State Warriors made numerous big additions this offseason, but their small forward position remains a glaring weakness on the roster. By most st...

Golden State Warriors: Who will start at small forward next season?

Golden State Warriors: Who will start at small forward next season?

Golden State Warriors superstar point guard Stephen Curry is embracing the underdog mentality. The Dubs are being overlooked for next season.This is a change.

Warriors news: Stephen Curry says 'it's nice being the underdog'

This is a change.

Warriors news: Stephen Curry says 'it's nice being the underdog'

Does targeting Kevin Love make sense for the Warriors? The Golden State Warriors may have failed to re-sign Kevin Durant, but they didn’t lose him in the 2019 NBA free agency without getting ...Does targeting Kevin Love make sense for the Warriors? The Golden State Warriors may have failed to re-sign Kevin Durant, but they didn’t lose him in the 2019 NBA free agency without getting ...

NBA Rumors: Warriors Could Explore Trading D’Angelo Russell For Kevin Love, ‘CBS Sports’ Suggests

Following the Golden State Warriors has been like watching a month-long car wreck, including the recent waiving of guard Shaun Livingston. <p>Following the Golden State Warriors has been like watching a month-long car wreck, including the recent waiving of guard Shaun Livingston.</p>

From joy to accounting: the cruel, cold end of a Warriors era - SFChronicle.com

After deciding to leave the Warriors for the Nets in free agency last week, Kevin Durant was apparently in no mood to deliver a parting gift to his former team. He reportedly wouldn’t agree to the sign-and-trade deal that sent D’Angelo Russell to Golden State unless the Warriors also gave up a first

Report: Kevin Durant forced Warriors to give Nets a first-round pick in sign-and-trade

Curry got a chance to see the former Finals MVP in Lake Tahoe.Curry got a chance to see the former Finals MVP in Lake Tahoe.

Steph Curry, Andre Iguodala reunited at American Century Championship

Steph Curry spoke glowingly of Kevin Durant's three seasons with the Warriors and expressed excitement about Golden State's future.Steph Curry spoke glowingly of Kevin Durant's three seasons with the Warriors and expressed excitement about Golden State's future.

Steph Curry addresses Kevin Durant's departure for first time

One NBA executive thinks the Golden State Warriors will have a bottom-10 defense in 2019-20, per Anthony Slater of The Athletic.One NBA executive thinks the Golden State Warriors will have a bottom-10 defense in 2019-20, per Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

Warriors news: One NBA executive thinks Golden State will have a 'bottom-10 defense' next season

One NBA executive thinks the Golden State Warriors will have a bottom-10 defense in 2019-20, per Anthony Slater of The Athletic.

Warriors news: One NBA executive thinks Golden State will have a 'bottom-10 defense' next season