David Griffin Told Cavs to Get Kevin Durant the Summer After Winning 2016 Title

When LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the Miami Heat in 2010, he crushed Cavaliers fans. When James did it again this past offseason to join the Los Angeles Lakers, fans were better prepared for it.  But, it seems like James' second departure could have been avoided entirely. According to NBA insider Zach Lowe, former general manager David Griffin initially explored the idea of signing Kevin Durant after the 2016 championship before deciding it was not worth having to blow up the...
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