On the eve of the new NBA season, and the blockbuster opening set of games that feature the Brooklyn Nets versus the Golden State Warriors, Kevin Durant spoke about facing his former team on opening night after returning from an Achilles tear.
The last time Durant was in an official NBA game he was a member of the Warriors but went on NBC Sports Bay Area’s Dubs Talk with Kerith Burke and revealed that he maintains a close bond with Steph, Draymond, and Klay.
“It’s good to see from afar, see that everyone is doing well, and realize that these bonds that we created will never be broken no matter what jerseys we have on, no matter what part of the country we all live in. From Shaun [Livingston] to Andre [Iguodala], JaVale [McGee], Steph, Klay, Jordan Bell, Omri [Casspi], Nick Young. When you see guys you won a championship and had long playoff runs with, you have a different connection. I’m very grateful for my time in the Bay Area and I’ll always be a Warrior in my heart.”