Durant Says Team is ‘Really Confident’ Heading Into Game 7

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A day after a demoralizing Game 6 loss to the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder were back on the practice floor and noticeably upbeat as they look forward to Game 7 on Monday in Oakland.

“If we walk in here like it’s a funeral, we’ve already lost.” Kevin Durant told reporters on Sunday. “Nobody walked in like that. We can’t feel sorry for ourselves. They aren’t going to feel sorry for us, and whoever’s covering the game, fans, nobody’s feeling sorry for us. It’s just a part of basketball. Guys walked in here are really confident. We’re upset we lost, but we let that go and we’ve got to get ready for Game 7.”

Source: Royce Young of ESPN

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