Kevin Durant was one of the best teammates Stephen Curry has had during his NBA career, winning two championships together in three trips to the NBA Finals. They created a terrific duo at the Oracle Arena, becoming one of the best in the entire association.
The biggest proof of that came on Tuesday when Curry broke Ray Allen's 3-PT record. A graphic showed the players who assisted the most on Stephen Curry's 3-pointers, with Draymond Green surpassing the No. 2 player on the list, Andre Iguodala, by more than 300 assists.
KD, despite being with Curry for only three seasons, ranked third behind the two Warriors players, with 153. Seeing that Curry gifted Dray and Iggy Rolex watches, Durant didn't hesitate and sent a message on Twitter, asking for his gift, too.
"Send the Rollie," the 2x NBA champion wrote.
Even though many people said Durant's relationship with Curry and the Warriors organization didn't end well, the players have shut down that notion every time they've clashed on the court. Durant even congratulated Curry after he reached the milestone, showing his big admiration for the All-Star point guard.
Durant and Curry were a menace to the league during their time together in the Bay. They took the Warriors to the next level, making it to three straight NBA Finals, winning two titles in the process. If it wasn't for KD's torn Achilles in 2019, many people believed the Dubs would have three-peated.
Now they are on different teams, trying to win with each of them, and as things stand now, there is a big chance that they meet in the 2022 Finals.
Things are looking pretty good for Curry and the Warriors, who sit atop the Western Conference standings, while the Nets live a similar situation in the East. Yet, they aren't playing as solidly as their Western counterpart.