Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant strongly dismissed Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s suggestion that the NBA consider eliminating the maximum restrictions on contracts in exchange for players giving up guaranteed money.
“I don’t think that makes sense,” Durant said Friday. “Give up guarantees? Nah, I don’t think so. Why? Why would we do that? Just because we asked for … I’m not going to talk about this, man.”
Durant said he had a lot to say on the subject, but said it wasn’t the appropriate time for him to express those thoughts publicly.
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