The Oklahoma City Thunder lost one of the most competitive playoff series you’ll ever see.

After leading the series 3-1, the Thunder managed to lose three consecutive games to the Golden State Warriors. In the process, the Warriors became just the 10th team in NBA history to come back from a 3-1 series deficit and win.

It couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Thunder. Kevin Durant will be a free agent this summer and he’ll have nearly a dozen teams vying for his services.

One of those teams are none other than the Washington Wizards. The Wizards are considered one of the favorites for Durant because he’s from the Washington, D.C. area.

John Wall, who has been the team’s leader over the past several years, has stated that he’s not actively recruiting the Thunder superstar after the tough playoff series he just had.

Via Michael Lee of The Vertical:

“If he comes, he comes, if not, got to make other plans,” Wall said. “But that’s something I haven’t talked to him about. I’m not willing to right now. He just came off a tough series. I’m trying to give him a couple of weeks, a month off, to think about what he wants to do.”

Washington is coming off of a 41-41 playoff-less season. However, they recently hired Scott Brooks, who coached Durant in Oklahoma City from 2008 until 2015.

With nearly a month remaining before free agency starts, Wall will have plenty of time to talk to Durant before he makes his decision on which team to sign with.

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