Kevin Durant may not want to talk about free agency or trades, but the topic does not seem like it will escape him any time soon.
The Warriors forward addressed reporters at All-Star Weekend in Charlotte on Saturday and was once again asked about his pending free agency and the Knicks' Kristaps Porzingis.
"I play basketball for the Warriors, and my main concern is to be the best basketball player I can be every day," he told reporters. "I have no concern about trade moves or transactions throughout the season with other teams.That doesn't concern me at all. That has nothing to do with me.
"I'm glad Porzingis is in a better spot, for him, in Dallas. I'm looking forward to seeing him and Luka (Doncic) play together for years to come."
Just 10 days earlier Durant had lashed out at the media, telling reporters he "doesn't trust" them and that he had nothing to do with the Knicks and that the growing noise surrounding his free agency was "unnecessary."
Yet he continued to leave the door open about leaving the Warriors on Saturday when asked about that possibility.
"I don't know, that's on them," he said. "I'll figure it out once we're done playing."
He also fielded another question about the Knicks -- this one regarding his friend DeAndre Jordan who was on the other side of the Porzingis trade.
"It's my friend that got traded. He's in a good place, and he understands what the business is like," Durant said. "We talk about life more so than the NBA. He'll be fine."