When I think about it, did you thought the same way when James decided to go to Miami ?
I felt similarly but KD's move I find to be much more cowardly: for starters, when James went to Miami, the Heat hadn't been to the finals since 2006 and they hadn't broken the Chicago Bulls's regular season win record either. Also, I might be wrong on this but James's Cavaliers hadn't been eliminated by the Heat prior to James's joining them.
The two instances are not terribly comparable.
So the only reason you are giving to your current thought process towards the KD situation is that all NBA superstars could just go to one team? Two words: Salary Cap. All teams must abide by the salary cap. The Warriors aren't doing anything different than what any other team is capable of so why suggest Leonard join the Warriors? That would require many of the people on GSW to leave due Salary issues and disputes.
I think salary caps can be circumvented if players agree to earning less. Tim Duncan is one example of this happening:
I imagine Kawhi and James and Irving can join the Warriors if everyone in the Warriors agrees to taking cuts.
I guess I'm having a discussion with someone who doesn't understand how the NBA operates.
PS - Sarcasm is only funny when it makes sense. You just sound frustrated that you aren't getting your way in the playoffs. It goes that way sometimes but don't take it out on completely legal situations and judge somebody when you don't understand the situation.
No, I'm just disappointed. I love basketball and the amazing 7-game series that can take place at times and I once had great respect for Durant.
Not so much anymore as he chases a ring the easy way.