Down and Distance Season 2 EP 35: Super Teams and Social Misfits

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Former Chicago Bull Michael Jordan speaks in front of Scottie Pippen as the Bulls organization commemorates the 20th anniversary of the franchises first NBA championship in 1991. The ceremony took place at halftime of a Chicago Bulls --Utah Jazz game in Chicago on Saturday, March 12, 2011. (Chris Sweda/ Chicago Tribune)

Welcome everybody to Down and Distance, where two dads talk sports, music, life and parenting. Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis discuss the biggest issues and interview the best and brightest.

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.

Interactive One/ Radio One content editor, Lee “Jr Bang” Davis, joined Down and Distance to discuss the social media impact of Kevin Durant’s decision and the history of “Super Teams” in the NBA.

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