NBA commissioner Adam Silver is clearly not a fan of Kevin Durant heading to the Golden State Warriors, even though it was all above board. But will a perceived superteam translate into league dominance? Only time will tell.Heres more from Las Vegas Summer League: | Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3The Golden State Warriors are technically playing by the rules, though it doesnt exactly feel like it. Painful playoff losses are supposed to bring about an offseason of wallowing, the stuff of Dirk Nowitzki running off to Australia and growing a full beard. Instead, the unchastened Warriors evaded the natural heartbreak process by promptly wooing Kevin Durant to what was already considered the best shooting team in the league. They did it legally, but that fact wont do much to soften feelings around the league.Adam Silver gave voice to some of that sentiment Tuesday in his NBAs Board of Governors address. Silver said, In the case of Kevin Durant, I absolutely respect his decision once he becomes a free agent to make a choice thats available to him. In this case, he operated 100 percent within the way of the system, and the same with Golden State. Having said that, I do think in order to maintain those principles that I discussed, creating a league in which every team has the opportunity to compete, I do think we need to re-examine some of the elements of our system. Silvers summary on the current state of superteams was surprisingly pointed: I do not think thats ideal for the league.When asked about Silvers comments, Warriors owner Joe Lacob declined to comment at first, before saying, Let them talk, as he exited Thomas & Mack Center.Its certainly understandable that many find the 73-and-Durant Warriors too decadent to bear. For the leagues parity partisans, this could be considered a major affront, an event worthy of reconsidering the very structure of the league. Maybe the Warriors are an existential threat to every team in the league, and maybe the angst theyve stirred up makes for an existential threat to them. Maybe the owners will cooperate next CBA to crush what Golden State has built.On top of Durant, smaller things are stoking resentments. There was the below-market signing of center Zaza Pachulia, a roster move that prompted ESPNs Zach Lowe to tweet, I have gotten almost as many angry texts/etc from team execs about GSW getting Zaza for nothing as I did re: GSW signing KD. Then David West joined on for the veterans minimum.The next inspiration of jealousy was Golden States second-round selection of shooting guard Patrick McCaw, who looks like a player. Perhaps McCaw, a 20-year-old UNLV product, isnt projected for stardom, but he has shown promise in these games as a solid rotation player who defends at a high level and moves the ball well. At pick No. 38, that would make for a steal. After a solid performance from McCaw, an Eastern Conference team official remarked, Another second round theft for the Warriors. Damn it!The Warriors are equally high on McCaw. Steve Kerr was impressed with McCaws play so far and remarked that he should get rotation minutes. Kerr favors players who avoid dominating the rock and adjust themselves to a team concept. So far, McCaw fits that bill. Golden State assistant coach Ron Adams, a man not famed for his effusive compliments, declared of McCaw, He sees the game well.If the Warriors have a flaw, its their lack of rim protection at the 5. Pachulia is a smart positional defender, but lacks the burst to block shots. Larry Sanders, who is currently retired, might have hinted at joining Golden State on social media, but that marriage does not appear to be in the cards. The Warriors looked into Sanders as a possible signing, but decided against it.Rim protection is probably more luxury than necessity for a roster that boasts Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andre Iguodala and Durant. These Warriors claim an embarrassment of riches, and while theres no guarantee this ends in a title, much of the league is already operating as though resistance is futile -- until next years CBA, maybe. If and when the other owners attempt to Harrison Bergeron the Warriors, Lacob and Co. intend to stay one step ahead. The NBA Finals appeared to be their Waterloo, but instead theyve charged forth, bolder than ever, impervious to haters. If last seasons unintentional Lacob slogan was light years, perhaps this seasons is, Let them talk. Nike Sf Air Force 1 Saldi .C. -- Al Jefferson joked that he feels he can score from anywhere on the court. Air Force 1 Uomo Saldi . John Lucas, signed as a mentor for rookie Trey Burke, showed he can score if required, scoring 12 points of his 16 points in the second quarter as Utah built an 18-point lead. http://www.nikeairforce1scontate.it/ . Galatasaray said in a statement on its website Monday that Mancini signed a three-year contract and will be paid 3.5 million euros for the upcoming season, with his salary upped to 4. Air Force 1 Scontate .J. Jefferson has been charged with assaulting his girlfriend. Air Force 1 In Offerta . Badenhop was 2-3 with a 3.47 ERA in 63 relief appearances for Milwaukee this season. He is 18-20 in his career with three saves and a 3. It is a time of thanksgiving, and Washington Redskins tackle Ty Nsekhe is giving back to his home state of Texas in a meaningful way.According to the Washington Post, Nsekhe is donating 10 tickets for Thursdays Redskins game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium to Dallas police officers and families who were affected in last Julys shootings.The plan began?when Nsekhes friend, Adrian Jackson, and Jacksons cousin and business partner, Larry Spencer, reached out to him about giving back to Dallas police officers.They initially?planned to donate the 10 tickets with thanks from one Redskins player, Nsekhe, and one Cowboys player, specifically Dez Bryant. However, when Bryant received news of his fathers death on?the day that they had planned to reach out to him, they opted out of contacting him out of respect.Now struggling to choose another player to reach out to, Nsekhe stepped up?and decided to pay for all the tickets himself.Nsekhe told the?Post that he felt the need to ggive back and make a lasting impression with this charitable act.ddddddddddddYouve just got to respect the next man, Nsekhe said. At the end of the day, were all humans. If everybody can get that basic fundamental that everybody is human first, we can make major steps forward. Thats the biggest thing. Everybody has to recognize that we are all on this planet together. Hopefully, I can do my part. I plan on trying to do more, because it is a lot of tension, to try to ease some of this tension up.Nsekhe will meet with the police officers and their families for the first time on Wednesday night. The Redskins will kick off with the Cowboys in Arlington at 4:30 p.m. ET on Thanksgiving. He graduated from Bowie High School in Arlington and played collegiately at Texas State and Tarleton State, the latter located in Stephenville, Texas.-- Courtney Schellin Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '