Kevin Durant Finds Peace In Suns
No emotionally attached teammate to answer to, no embarrassing trade demand hanging over his relationship with front office and management.
And no looming free agency consuming all the oxygen in each room when he plays each game.
His only concerns are his basketball mortality, which he accepts, and finding some solace in the fact
that he is one of the many talented teams that has the potential to win an NBA championship.
"Stability is good, and that stuff helps," Durant said to Yahoo Sports. "To be able to anticipate what lies ahead.
I was ignorant of the plans until just before training camp last year in Brooklyn.
But spending the entire summer building with the team was beneficial.
It appears like Durant has always desired consistency, despite the ebb and flow of little disputes.
It feels like a decade ago when Durant first demanded a trade from the collapsing Brooklyn Nets