Kevin Durant's move from Oklahoma to Oakland has been by far and away the most shocking news this summer. Now that the super team has been formed in the Bay Area, everyone is curious to how it is going to work.
Will all four men be on the court at the same time? Who will take precedence in the offence? Can Durant share the spotlight with the reigning two-time MVP Stephen Curry?
All of them are rational, plausible questions that only time will answer. However, with a good four months until the new season gets underway, we can't help but speculate about how the Golden State Warriors will lineup next term.
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One man that has weighed in on the topic is Indiana Pacers star Paul George. The fellow small forward is a part of a Team USA side this summer vying for a gold medal in Rio and he is doing so alongside Durant.
Draymond Green and Klay Thompson of the Dubs are both also in the mix too for the Stars and Stripes, and George doesn't foresee many issues between the four stars.
"I think they both are going to have to be willing to give up something," George said of Curry and Durant. "But they are both unselfish players, so it will definitely work.
"You can't forget what Klay (Thompson) brings and what Draymond brings. With those four guys, you can't have an alpha. Everybody has to be willing to give up something for that team."
In theory, the Warriors should wipe the floor with everyone next season. They will have four current All-Stars in their lineup, the last two winners of the MVP award and they have just produced the most wins in a regular season ever with 73.
Adding KD to a unit that was already only one game away from retaining the Larry O'Brien trophy is sure to be - well, should be - devastating.