And if such a plan were to seriously be put in place, Seattle's last great National Basketball Association player wants to be part of it.
Some tried to dismiss his statements as an effort to simply troll the media in the wake of another relatively easy championship run, but what we saw on the sidelines earlier this season between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green appears to tell a different story, one of simmering resentment between two of the team's most fiery personalities.
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"So I think people are trying to blow it out of proportion, like, 'OK, why do you have LeBron if you don't want to use him?' They don't understand the logic behind it". "He has so many fanboys in the media". Durant talks about how certain players, like Kyle Korver, fit better with James than others. "Like, young players that are still developing, it's always going to be hard because he demands the ball so much, he demands control of the offense and he creates for everybody". Especially when the attention is (B.S.) attention, fluff.
Another one of Melo's best friends, LeBron James, might be interested in giving him a shot.
But while Durant says he'd love to potentially be involved in some kind of National Basketball Association ownership, he won't be holding out for such an opportunity to arrive. "They don't need another guy". It's not LeBron's fault at all; it's just the fact you have so many groupies in the media that love to hang on every word. Had LeBron gone the route of responding to Durant's verbal jabs of him, there would have been further distraction and an even bigger media cloud surrounding the team. So I don't really. "Any opportunity that comes around where I could become [part of] an ownership group or a front office or anywhere I could just help the team as of right now in my life I would go for it, but who knows what will happen at the end of my career?"