The OKC Thunder fell in seven games to the defending champion Golden State Warriors, and head into an offseason full of uncertainty regarding superstar forward Kevin Durant.

KD, an unrestricted free agent on July 1, claims that he has yet to give his future any consideration.

The 27-year-old former MVP finished with 27 points Monday night in the Thunder’s 96-88 loss to the Dubs.

Per the AP:

Two nights after blowing an opportunity to close out the defending champion Warriors at home, the Thunder got sent home for the summer when they lost Game 7 of the Western Conference finals 96-88 on Monday night. […] “We wanted to win the whole thing,” Durant said. “There’s no moral victories in our locker room after the game. We were all upset. We wanted to get a chance to play for a championship in the finals, so that hurts.”

 

Durant said it was too soon to even think about what will happen in July. […] “Unfortunately we didn’t come out on top,” Durant said. “That’s something that all the guys are upset about. But we laid it all out there. Everybody left their soul out on the court. We have no regrets.”

 

The Thunder responded on the road in Game 7 by taking a 13-point lead in the second quarter. But once (Stephen) Curry and Klay Thompson started hitting Oklahoma City with a flurry of 3-pointers, the Thunder had no answer. The Splash Brothers combined for 13 3-pointers as Golden State outscored Oklahoma City by 30 points from behind the line. […] “They beat us in the 3-point line the last two games,” Durant said. “We beat them everywhere else, they beat us from the 3-point line and that was the series.”