Curry guides Warriors past Thunder in opener

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Kevin Durant talked about what he's looking for as he begins a season that some have speculated could be his last with the Golden State Warriors.

According to 538's projection model for this season, the Golden State Warriors enter 2018-19 with a 49 percent chance of winning it all. I know it's hard to keep up with it. On the other end of the court, Abdel Nader, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Deonte Burton, Tyler Davis and Hamidou Diallo went through two-on-two drills.

They mounted a rally in the second half after Paul George scored 15 of his 27 total points in the third quarter while Dennis Schroder scored seven of his 21 points in the period, but the team fell short to the Warriors, 108-100. "Focus on what goes on the court".

Oklahoma City trailed by 10 at the break then came out of halftime making 9 of 12 shots to go ahead 69-66 before the Warriors rallied. I know you have to still do your job and check on stuff like that, but every day? I understand your job, but let's come to a little agreement. "I wanted to get to it right away this time and start creating early". "But every time? Come on, bro".

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The Lakers hoped to meet with the Palmdale, California, native during free agency this past July in hopes of signing him.

After the Warriors opened the season with a win against the Thunder, Durant's brother commented on Kevin's celebratory Instagram post to not so subtly hint at a move from the Warriors. "I think realistically the only team that can beat (the Warriors) is the Boston Celtics".

"I just want people to focus on basketball", Durant told Yahoo Sports after posting 27 points, eight rebounds and six assists. "I already know what this organization is about".

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