It's hard to blame the man.
After five consecutive runs to the NBA Finals, just about every member of the Warriors' organization was drained. General manager Bob Myers recently joined The Athletic's Tim Kawakami on his podcast, and went in-depth on the toll these seasons have taken.
"Thinking back to my state of mind, there's things I know. I was tired, I know that. Just the five years, I don't know how that plays with the audience and listeners and how to convey that appropriately, but internally, for those that work here, that was, we felt that.
"And not having time each offseason, leading right into the draft, leading right into free agency, I look at it as running five marathons back-to-back-to-back. And the fifth one, you're just like 'Can we cross the line?'"
Myers also constantly dealt with questions regarding the 2019 free agency period throughout the tail end of the season.
"I didn't have that kind of certainty that you intimated as far as did I know if Kevin was gonna go or stay. It was more of, 'There's a lot of work to do and a lot of unknowns'."
KD's departure put a bow on what was one of the most dominant three-year runs by a team in NBA history. Although the team salvaged All-Star D'Angelo Russell in the Durant sign-and-trade, the Dubs still enter 2020 with a litany of questions.
"I don't think it was a fear of what was upcoming, it was just more of, there's a lot of uncertainty."
Why Bob Myers believes Warriors' title run felt like 'running five marathons' originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area