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Should Teams Still Offer Kevin Durant A Max Contract?

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Should Teams Still Offer Kevin Durant A Max Contract?

Should Teams Still Offer Kevin Durant A Max Contract?

Rohan Nadkarni and DeAntae Prince discuss whether teams should still offer Kevin Durant a max contract even after he suffered a torn achilles in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.

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