Stephen Curry Reveals Golden State Warriors ‘Internally’ Discussed Trade For Kevin Durant

Stephen Curry told Rolling Stone last month that the Golden State Warriors had been in internal talks to acquire Kevin Durant and that he wanted to play again with his former teammate, who eventually settled with the Brooklyn Nets. 

"There was an internal conversation between us, 'If he's available, would you like it?' 

case, they called me and asked, 'How do you feel about this?' 

Curry is doing multiple interviews with the magazine as part of its October cover story. 

Every team has these conversations, and obviously in our... 

his teammate for three seasons, the Warriors who won two 

championships, and Durant back-to-back NBA Finals MVPs awards.

Curry said he "never hesitated" to support the idea of ​​reuniting with Durant,  

Durant's time with the Warriors ended in 2019 when he joined the Brooklyn Nets on a sign-and-trade. 

Curry also said he spoke with his brother, Cesc Curry, who is currently Durant's teammate with the Nets. 


"Playing with KD and getting an idea of ​​who he is from these three years of history, I think KD is a really good guy.  


I think he's misunderstood," Stephen Curry said.