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Just one year ago, it seemed as if the Wizards had as good a chance any to win the sweepstakes for D.C. nativeKevin Durant. Now, thelatest reports suggest that Washington isn't even one of the half-dozen or so teams to get the opportunity to meet and make a pitch. As such, the Wizards themselves think it's highly unlikely Durant considers them, according toa report from ESPN's Britt McHenry.Durant plans on meeting with the Golden State Warriors,



San Antonio Spurs, Los Angeles Clippers, Boston Celtics, Miami Heat and his current team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, according toThe Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski. There's a at NBA Live Mobile Coins chance Durant adds more teams to his list, but the Wizards are very much on the outside looking in.The Wizards staked years of planning on the summer of Durant,



letting key players go and refusing to sign anyone to more than a one-year contract last summer to preserve cap space. Now, they don't even appear to be in the Durant conversation.What went wrong?For years now -- at least two, if not longer -- the Wizards have been chasing Durant. All decisions were made with an eye towards this summer and luring Durant back to D.C.



Washington purposely didn't woo any major free agents last offseason following the team's impressive run to the second round because it wanted to NBA Live 18 Coins keep its cap space clear.So, how did Durant's hometown team, one that boasts an All-Star point guard in John Wall and (assuming he re-signs) a potential All-Star in Bradley Beal, fall so far in Durant's eyes?Wall believes that all the focus on Durant's impending free agency from D.C. fans might have been a turn off.As he told CSN Mid-Atlantic:



"A lot of people will be devastated. But at the end of the day he never promised us anything," he said Sunday. "Every day, everybody said KD-to-DC, coming to our games wearing all the Kevin Durant stuff, he didn't like it at that time because you should cheer for the team that you got. That might sway him."
 
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