With NBA free agency soon to heat up, countless teams have set their eyes on signing Kevin Durant. Although some teams will not even receive a meeting with Durant, it is important to note that he has accepted meeting with at least two other teams along with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Of course, Durant's possible exit will attract the biggest of pitches from suitors looking to steal Durant away from the Thunder. According to ESPN, the Golden State Warriors and the San Antonio Spurs will be armed with noteworthy assets in their attempts to lure Durant to a new city this summer.
"The Warriors and Spurs, sources say, are both planning to load a plane full of key organizational figures -- including Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson for Golden State and Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan for San Antonio -- to fly to an undisclosed location once free-agency season starts to try to lure Durant away from the only franchise he has ever played for."