Warriors commit to running it back, Kevin Durant pursuit over

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Warriors commit to running it back, Kevin Durant pursuit over
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The Golden State Warriors General Manager Bob Myers was seen at the ESPY’s earlier this week and made it clear that he’s committed to running it back with the roster.

Myers talked with Mark Medina of NBA.com, who pretty quickly said, “I like our team where it’s at.”

“I want to give the guys a chance to do it again. It’s a good group. We’re lucky. It’ll be fun to see,” Myers said. “We were really hunting last year. Now I guess we’re back to being the hunted, which I didn’t think we’d be. We’ll see. I think we can handle it. We kept most of it together, but we have to stay healthy. I didn’t think we’d make it last year, but we did. I watch like you do. We’ll see what happens.”

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Following the team’s NBA championship just a couple of months ago, the Warriors have made essential but minimal offseason moves. The team signed Donte DiVincenzo to a two-year deal and extended Kevon Looney’s contract but otherwise hasn’t done much.

This likely means that the Warriors are done pursuing a trade for former MVP Kevin Durant, despite rumors that Durant has had contact with Warriors stars.

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