The Golden State Warriors were on the cusp of cementing themselves as arguably the best team in NBA history, then the Cavaliers and LeBron James made history.
It's been a little more than a week since Cleveland completed the first 3-1 series comeback in Finals history, thwarting Golden State's attempt at back-to-back championships and capping its 73-9 record regular season with a title.
For Draymond Green, the pain is still fresh.
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"That will never wear off," Green said, via ESPN, after being introduced and the rest of Team USA was introduced at a youth clinic in Harlem. "We had an opportunity to win a championship. That never goes away. [But] you got to move on."
The way many believe the Warriors will move on is by adding a big-name free agent. And there isn't going to be a bigger name on the market than Green's Olympic teammate Kevin Durant. But Green isn't sure how Golden State potentially adding Durant would help.
"I don't know," Green said. "There's different dynamics to everything. At the end of the day, there is nothing set in stone. I don't worry about things I can't control.
"This is a business. I've always been taught that you are either getting better or you are getting worse. Teams are always trying to look ahead at what's next."