Down and Distance Season 2 EP 35: Business As Usual

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(Nuccio DiNuzzo / Chicago Tribune) Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry walks off the court after his 25-point performance against the Bulls at the United Center.

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Kevin Durant has decided to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and join the Golden State Warriors.

Saying he has experienced “by far the most challenging few weeks in my professional life,” Durant announced his decision to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder on Monday in a post on The Players’ Tribune.

Durant is expected to sign a two-year, $54.3 million contract according to reports. The deal will include a player option after the first year.

Sports legal analyst, Exavier Pope, joined Down and Distance to discuss the impact of Kevin Durant’s decision on future Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations, the legacy of Stephen Curry and the future way of doing business for professional athletes.

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