As soon as the Oklahoma City Thunder were eliminated from the playoffs in Game 7 of the western conference finals, questions began about Kevin Durant’s free agency.  The highly coveted star no longer deflected, and instead admitted that he has some serious thinking to do.

Durant spent his entire nine-year career with the Thunder and will become an unrestricted free agent on July 1.  He is expected to be one of the most coveted free agents in league history.  His pending free agency has been a topic of discussion for the past couple years with basically every team vying for him.  But Durant says he doesn’t know much about those teams yet.

Durant told Broussard that it’s difficult to imagine where he’ll end up because he doesn’t know much about potential suitors at this point.

Many people thought the Thunder wouldn’t get far and KD was pretty much gone, but they gave the Warriors quite a fight and it’s clear they got better Durant told ESPN’s Marc J. Spears.

“We wanted to win a championship and the goal going in was to win a title. That’s the worst part. But when you look at it, we have a new coach and we learned a lot from him. We’re basically a new team.

“I didn’t play with these guys last season. So coming in and playing with a new group of guys, I thought we did a great job. There were a lot of expectations on us. A lot of people might not think that. Internally, I thought we peaked at the right time and got better at the right time. We just kept growing. All our players got confidence throughout the season. I hate to lose in the conference finals. But we got better.”

That however doesn’t mean Durant is staying.  He says he’s going to think it over.

“We will figure it out,” Durant said. “I will talk to my agent, my best friend and my dad. Just talk to those three guys and get some advice from other people. But for the most part, I will talk to them in the next couple of weeks. I don’t even know where my mind is right now.

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