It's a sight Warriors fans will never forget. It's the last image they have of Kevin Durant in a Warriors uniform.
Durant being helped off the court in Toronto after tearing his right Achilles in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
On one side was Warriors director of sports medicine and performance Rick Celebrini. On the other side was former Warriors forward Andre Iguodala.
Somehow, Durant was able to put weight on his injured right leg. He didn't need to be carried off the court.
That part blows the mind of Seattle Mariners pitcher Sam Tuivailala, who just returned from an Achilles rupture of his own.
“I saw the play and I was just shocked he was able to walk on it after,” Tuivailala told Jeff Faraudo for The Seattle Times. “When I saw that I didn’t think it was an Achilles because I couldn’t put any type of weight on it. I hope he has a safe and smooth recovery, like I did.”
Durant underwent surgery to repair his Achilles shortly after suffering the injury. Now a member of the Brooklyn Nets, he has a long rehab ahead of him before he can get back on a basketball court.
“I quickly found out it was not a fun rehab,” Tuivailala told Faraudo.
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Tuivailala, a San Mateo native, missed 11 months after rupturing his Achilles last August 8 in Texas. On Tuesday, the 26-year-old made his return to a big league mound against the A's. He pitched one inning and allowed three hits and two earned runs.
Don't bet on the B team.
In stunning fashion, the United States Men's National Basketball Team snapped a 78-game international winning streak Friday with a 98-94 loss to Australia. The loss was Team USA's first defeat in a major international tournament or exhibition since the 2006 world championship semifinals.
With the 2019 FIBA World Cup a week away, this depleted Team USA is far from winning gold.
Kings forward Harrison Barnes is a veteran for Team USA and scored 20 points in the loss. He was Team USA's second-leading scorer behind Celtics point guard Kemba Walker, who dropped 22. Barnes also led Team USA with six rebounds and made three of his five 3-point attempts.
Team USA, led by Spurs coach Gregg Popovich and Warriors coach Steve Kerr, had no answer for Australia's pesky point guard Patty Mills. The longtime Spurs guard who Popovich is well acquainted with, scored a game-high 30 points and drained four shots from beyond the arc.
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"As I told you all after the last game, Patty's a pain,'' Popovich told reporters.
Team USA's next tune-up before the World Cup comes Monday in Sydney, Australia against Canada.
Klay Thompson has been around the NBA his entire life, both during his father Mychal Thompson’s career and now as an All-Star guard for the Golden State Warriors.
In May, Thompson spoke to the media about the first time he met Michael Jordan, when he was at a Portland Trail Blazers game in 1998. Klay and his family were living in Lake Oswego, Ore. at the time, and his dad was able to get the boys a chance to meet MJ and Scottie Pippen after the game.
Footage has now surfaced of that encounter, featuring the trio of Thompson boys meeting the NBA Hall of Famers for the first time.
Despite the lack of sound, it’s clear that the boys were blown away -- as just about any basketball fan at the time would be -- by the chance to meet NBA royalty.
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Klay, of course, had the least star-struck reaction as he just got his autograph and walked away, while his brothers stuck around.
I'm sure Jordan had no idea that he was signing an autograph for a kid who would grow up to win three NBA championships and receive two All-NBA accolades, all before his 30th birthday.