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Kevin Durant Loves The NBA Finals

Earlier this week, his Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals for the second straight season, sweeping them this time in four games.

"I mean, it's nearly like playing the (New England) Patriots, you can't have mistakes".

In April, it was reported that Durant would not take the option so he could hit free agency and re-sign with the Warriors for next season. I pride myself on standing out wherever I am. "That's never how I wanted to play and that's never how I wanted to approach a team", Durant told Yahoo Sports. By Game Score, it was the sixth-best individual Finals performance going back to 1983-84. "All I want to do in my life, while I'm healthy, is to work on my game and enjoy the game and not worry about nothing else". He had a lot of things to say about the journey and what winning the title means to him, but perhaps his most interesting comment is the one below.

The Warriors countered with more depth with rookie Jordan Bell (playoff career-high 10 points), JaVale McGee (10 points) and Andre Iguodala (eight points), who played after missing the past six playoff games with a left knee injury.

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"I'm incredibly proud of all of our guys", head coach Steve Kerr said.

The Thunder came roaring back after losing a close game 4 and Durant was the main reason why. "All that other stuff doesn't matter".

No team in National Basketball Association history has ever come back from a 0-3 deficit to win the finals, but it's never wise to count out LeBron James, who many people feel is the greatest player in the history of the game.

The King always has most of the possession of the ball since he's the undisputed best player on the Cavaliers roster, which is why Durant believes it's harder for him to shine on the court for the Warriors. "I'm happy I'll be able dial up some of them and get some equity in that deal when it comes to being able to talk amongst the greats and experience what they experienced".

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