Many players past and present have weighed in on Kevin Durant's move to the Golden State Warriors this summer, and it appears that the conversation isn't dying down anytime soon.
After nine years of service to the Oklahoma City Thunder, KD decided he wanted to chase a championship ring with the best regular season team in history and joined forces with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green in Oakland.
Precious few around the league believed it was a move that could really happen and after the Thunder's battles with the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, it made the ultimate decision that much more surprising.
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Tracey McGrady - one of the all-time great swingmen, but never NBA champion - recently told Complex that he is disappointed in KD's decision and thinks from a competitor standpoint, it was the wrong move to make.
"I was disappointed in the move to Golden State," McGrady said. "I wasn't disappointed that he left, I mean he's a free agent, he's able to go wherever he wants. But I just think having a team now coming off a championship run and you have the champs down 3-1, and they come back and defeat you. I just think as a competitor, you would come back and try to dethrone them with the same team.
"You're playing with a top-five point guard in Russell Westbrook. I mean to me, I think OKC is a championship-caliber team. They displayed that; they just had a major collapse in the Western Conference Finals against Golden State. But I was highly disappointed that he chose Golden State to go and play for the other team. I wanted him to stay in OKC."
McGrady never had to make such a decision during his 15-year career and he never made it past the first round of the playoffs even once. His longest tenure was a six-season stint with the Houston Rockets, but he has seven NBA franchises on his CV, as well as a stint in China, too.
But, as a seven-time All-Star and two-time scoring champion, he has given his opinion regardless. Durant is currently away with Team USA preparing for the Rio Olympics and his Warriors side are the heavy favourites to win the title next season.