Published: Sun, July 17, 2016
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Mark Cuban thinks the Warriors super team is good for the NBA

Mark Cuban thinks the Warriors super team is good for the NBA

Shooters have never been of greater value, and Allen sees an opportunity to win himself one more championship. Every night. They are going to get their opponent's best effort and the road crowds will see them as the heels of the National Basketball Association and will show up in force as they hope they can be the squad that can derail this uber-talented Warriors team.

"I don't think it's good for the league", Silver said about the possibility of uneven competitive balance.

He tendered a two year, $54 million contract.

In a summer during which they made Kevin Durant magically appear, the Golden State Warriors' next trick will be to... follow in the footsteps of the Philadelphia 76ers? It also bears mentioning that half of the money generated will go to the players themselves via the revenue-sharing pool, as outlined in the league's collective bargaining agreement. Westgate bookmakers treated the bet as an "educated guess wager" and adjusted Golden State's odds accordingly.

He expressed that the move was the best decision for him as he wants to become a better player.

The forward met with a handful of teams before ultimately making his decision to join the Warriors, a team he was unable to surpass in the playoffs for the last couple years. However, both Durant and Curry could be gone after this season, which presumably would be detrimental to the value of the Warriors' ad space. "I don't want to go through that again", he said, per Sam Amick of USA Today.

Kevin Durant walks onto the stage during a press conference after signing with the Golden State Warriors at the Warriors Practice Facility.

It's nothing new."Just to be absolutely clear, I do not think that's ideal from the league standpoint". There are things and corrections we can make in the system.

The Warriors already won a championship in 2015 with two stars and a team scattered with talent, this begs the question, was acquiring Kevin Durant necessary for their future or will it doom them. They always have. The NBA's history is one of superstars, super teams and dynasties. "Ok for teams to group greats 2gether but not for players to decide to do that?"

"But he did shoot some teams out there that he made me sign a confidentiality form that I couldn't tell nobody".

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