Kevin Durant will sign 2-year contract with Golden State Warriors

Kevin Durant will sign 2-year contract with Golden State Warriors

Another NBA official speculated the Philadelphia 76ers, who have a ton of cap space, could come into play for Parker, especially if they fail in their bid to land a covet superstar like James, George or Kawhi Leonard.

A player of Durant's standing can dictate the terms of his contract and he wants a max offer from the Warriors - but on a one-plus-one deal, not a long-term contract, according to multiple reports.

The Golden State Warriors don't have a lot of needs - at least not in the starting lineup - but the reigning National Basketball Association champions will, as always, look to upgrade their bench in free agency.

Last year, a vouching from stars Draymond Green and Kevin Durant, and coach Steve Kerr, led to the Warriors taking a flyer on Nick Young.

Durant will be paid $30.5 million this coming season, about $5 million less than he could have commanded if the deal was structured differently.

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Last summer, shortly after signing with the Timberwolves, he praised the Golden State organization.

Kerr is entering the final season of the five-year, $25 million deal that he signed in May of 2014.

The Lakers have always been mentioned as a top destination for James, and they have more salary cap space this summer than any team in the National Basketball Association.

The Lakers are the favorite to win the LeBron James free agency sweepstakes, and the team is reportedly trying to complete a trade with the Spurs for Kawhi Leonard in an effort to ensure James will sign in July. The Warriors' star players are lobbying for their front office to go after Jamal Crawford.

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