Draymond Green and Kevin Durant are teaming up yet again.
The Athletic's Shams Charania and Anthony Slater reported Sunday that Durant is expected to commit to play for Team USA in the upcoming Tokyo Olympics. Green recently committed to play in his second Olympics.
Green and Durant famously were Warriors teammates for three seasons. They also both played for Team USA in the 2016 Olympics, bringing home gold. Durant is looking to win his third gold in the Olympics.
He also is only 25 points from Carmelo Anthony’s Olympic scoring record.
With the Warriors, Green and Durant went to three straight NBA Finals, winning two rings. Durant was named Finals MVP in both championships.
The two also had an infamous spat in Durant's final season with Golden State when they had an on-court kerfuffle on Nov. 12, 2018, in a loss to the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center. Green was suspended without pay for one game after the altercation for "crossing the line" verbally.
Both Green and Durant have shared their sides of the story since, and clearly have moved on for the better. No matter how people feel about Durant's time with the Warriors, those three seasons teaming up with Green, Steph Curry and Klay Thompson will go down in NBA history.