The last time Kevin Durant was eligible for an NBA game, Steph Curry was his teammate 18 months later, the two former Most Valuable Players will be competing against each other to open the 2020-21 NBA season / p>

Before the Golden State Warriors took on the Brooklyn Nets at the NBA’s regular season opener, former all-star duo Golden State met on the pitch during the pre-game shootaround

Durant and Curry greeted each other in the courtyard with a quick handshake and hug. After the hug, Durant and Curry had a second chat before returning to warm up before the game

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During his time in the Bay Area, Durant won two championships and two NBA Finals MVPs. In addition to Curry, Durant averaged 258 points to 524% shooting off the field with 71 rebounds, 54 steals and 15 blocks per game in three seasons

After the regular season opener, Durant will return to the Bay Area in his first game at the Chase Center in February 13

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When injuries ravaged the Golden State Warriors roster during the 2019-20 season, the only thing that was consistent about Steve Kerr’s starting rotation was inconsistency

Although Klay Thompson is sidelined for the 2020-21 season with an Achilles injury, Steph Curry’s long-awaited return to Golden State’s starting position should provide much-needed stability

The rotation around the two-time Most Valuable Player, however, looks different than the last Curry, which is suitable for the Warriors. Curry and Draymond Green have to get used to being alongside Kelly Oubre Jr to play Andrew Wiggins and Golden State

On his NBA debut, James Wiseman should start in the middle position in the NBA season opener against the Brooklyn Nets for the Golden State Warriors

The Athletic’s Anthony Slater first reported that Wiseman would be on the starting line-up against Kevin Durant and the Nets for Golden State’s first regular season game in nine months

On Monday, Steve Kerr said Wiseman was “good to go” for his debut after missing out on the entire preseason and the start of training camp for allegedly testing positive for COVID-19

Ahead of the 2020-21 NBA season, the Golden State Warriors are bringing Juan Toscano-Anderson back on a two-way deal

On Saturday, the Warriors waived the Bay Area Native on the last day of the roster shutdown. On Tuesday, Golden State added Toscano-Anderson with their definitive two-way contract, Toscano-Anderson will join rookie Nico Mannion as the Golden State pair Join two-way contracts

After the 2020 close of trading, the Warriors signed a non-guaranteed contract with Toscano-Anderson, the 27-year-old averaging 53 points at 46% shooting off the field with four rebounds, two assists and a steal in 13 games for the

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