Kendrick Perkins says not to sleep on Clippers signing Kevin Durant (VIDEO)




 

We don't know what to think about Kevin Durant and his plans for the offseason right now. Reports have him choosing between the Los Angeles Clippers and New York Knicks. Others think he might just stay with the Golden State Warriors. At the very least, some have suggested that nobody really knows where he's going to go, and Durant's own business partner says he's undecided.

So take this with a huge, giant, rough-edged grain of salt.

According to former Oklahoma City Thunder teammate Kendrick Perkins, he would not be surprised if Durant decided to signed with the Clippers this summer.

Via Twitter:


It's not even the end of May yet and I'm already tired of talking about Durant. He's not even playing and he's tiring. Durant is perhaps the league's best player, but the next time this story will be interesting will be when he finally signs somewhere in early July.

In the meantime, talking about what the mercurial Durant wants is a lost cause. Nobody knows what he wants - maybe not even Durant. That is, until he decides to furiously tweet it at a media member. That's not out of the realm of possibility, either.

Durant won't be back for the start of the NBA Finals, which is the real story of interest. Golden State looks great against the Portland Trail Blazers without their former two-time Finals MVP, and if the Warriors win a championship without Durant actively participating in that series, it will make his legacy that much more compex.

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