The bad news on Kevin Durant's injury appears to be getting worse.
Hours after an emotional Bob Myers told the media that Kevin Durant suffered an injury to his Achilles, ESPN's Ramona Shelburne and Adrian Wojnarowski cited league sources in reporting that the Warriors believe Tuesday's MRI will confirm Golden State's worst fears: KD has a torn Achilles tendon.
Durant returned for Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday night after missing more than a month with a calf strain. He re-injured the same leg early in the second quarter of the Warriors' eventual 106-105 victory.
Durant can opt in to his contract with the Warriors for the 2019-20 season for $31.5 million or opt out and test the free-agent market. Despite the gruesome nature of his injury, Durant surely will still command max money from whichever team he chooses to play with next season.
Get well soon, KD.
Free agency and trade rumors are a thing of the past. It's officially Leak Season in the NBA.
Reddit user u/lakerswiz leaked an album of court designs for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season on Thursday. The leak includes four Warriors court designs for Chase Center and a page which shows Golden State's primary, global and secondary logos.
Below are pictures of the four leaked Chase Center court designs. All pictures are provided by Reddit's u/lakerswiz.
Warriors The Town court design
Warriors 1962-63 court design
Warriors 1966-67 court design
Warriors primary court design
Several Warriors jerseys for the upcoming season already have leaked, and NBA 2K20 shows a classic San Francisco Warriors jersey as well.
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From the roster, to the court design and more, Chase Center will bring a whole new era of Warriors basketball.
D'Angelo Russell is getting well acquainted with his new Warriors teammates this offseason.
The latest Golden State star to workout with Russell is forward Draymond Green. This should be a welcome sight for Warriors fans.
Green and Russell were seen working on their game together and even got some pick-and-pop plays in.
The latest All-Star guard to join the Dubs already has worked with backcourt mate Steph Curry this offseason, and received instructions from Hall of Famer Steve Nash, who is a Player Development Coach for the Warriors.
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Russell brings a different element to the Warriors and lefty could form a scary duo with Curry while Klay Thompson recovers from a torn ACL. The 23-year-old enjoyed a breakout year last season, and now joins the most talented roster he's ever played with.
There might be some kinks to figure out at the beginning of the season, but it's clear D-Lo is putting in work to fit in seamlessly with his new teammates.