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Durant on Re-Signing with Warriors: ‘Anything can happen’

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As [Kevin] Durant discussed at length with USA TODAY Sports before his 43-point, 13-rebound, seven-assist outburst in the Warriors’ Game 3 win in the NBA Finals against Cleveland on Wednesday, he has no such plans to leave the San Francisco Bay Area behind – even if the Warriors somehow fall short of their title defense in this series that they now lead 3-0.

“Yeah, yeah,” Durant said. “I feel as though (I am). Everything, the money and stuff that’s got to, the contract got to (be) worked out, but I plan on being here. I said that earlier this year. I didn’t plan on anything else. But this is the NBA, and anything can happen. And I know that anything can happen, (because) I’ve been a part of this league for so long now.”

Source: Sam Amick of USA Today

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