When the Dallas Mavericks acquired Kristaps Porzingis earlier this month, NBA fans were immediately pumped to see what a partnership with star rookie Luka Doncic would look like for the Western Conference outfit.
Consider Kevin Durant one of those people, as the Golden State Warriors forward spoke about Porzingis' move from New York on Saturday during All-Star Weekend media availability.
"I'm glad Porzingis is in a better spot, for him, in Dallas," Durant told reporters. "I'm looking forward to seeing him and Luka play together for years to come."
It's certainly not the first time Durant has been asked about Porzingis or what that means for a potential move to the Knicks in the offseason, as the 30-year-old made headlines for a rant against the media earlier this month.
He reiterated on Saturday he's not interested in player movement throughout the league and is focused on the Warriors for the rest of the year.
"I have no concern over trade moves or transactions throughout the season with other teams," the 12-year veteran said. "That does not concern me at all and has nothing to do with me."