After his much-talked about move to the Golden State Warriors this offseason, all eyes are on Kevin Durant and how he'll fit into his new team's system.

During the preseason, the 2014 MVP showed that he can co-exist with his All-Star teammates and play his natural game alongside them. Things were the same at the start of their season opener against the San Antonio Spurs.

With Tony Parker caught in a mismatch against him, Durant took full advantage and made a one-legged fadeway from the free-throw line which marked his first official basket with the Warriors.

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If he continues his stellar play like how he did during his days with the Oklahoma City Thunder, the Warriors will be perennial contenders for years to come.

With plays like this, it gives the Bay Area faithful another huge reason to cheer for their team and believe that they can win the championship this season.

At halftime, however, the Warriors trail the Spurs 64-46. In the first half, Durant contributed 14 points, eight rebounds, two steals, two blocks, and an assist.