Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) and forward Kevin Durant (35) Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The future of Kevin Durant is still very much in question ever since he requested a trade from the Brooklyn Nets.

A number of teams have been rumored to be in the running for the superstar forward, including the Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns, and even the Golden State Warriors.

During an interview with, Dubs’ general manager Bob Myers did not sound all that interested in a reunion with Durant, saying he likes where his team is at and is excited about the future.

“I like our team and where it’s at,” Myers told at Wednesday’s ESPY Awards. “I want to give the guys a chance to do it again. We kept most of it together, but we have to stay healthy. I didn’t think we’d make it last year, but we did. I watch like you do. We’ll see what happens.”

“It’s a good group. We’re lucky. It’ll be fun to see. We were really hunting last year. Now I guess we’re back to being the hunted, which I didn’t think we’d be. We’ll see. I think we can handle it.”

Any potential reunion between Durant and Steph Curry has always been speculative, but Myers’ comments are even more indication that the report was always just a rumor rather than anything to take seriously.

On paper, the Warriors have enough viable pieces to make a trade happen but I doubt it would meet the high asking price of the Nets — who made it known they want a king’s ransom for the future Hall of Famer.

The Warriors’ recent championship marked the franchise’s fourth in just eight seasons with the trio of Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green. It was their first tile without Durant since 2015.

Others, such as Andrew Wiggins and Jordan Poole, rose to the occasion for the Warriors this past season, especially in the playoffs, proving they could still get it done without the additional superstar.