By Ivan Saldajeno
TAGUIG--For Glen Rice, the Larry O'Brien Trophy will find its way back in Oakland.
"I'm gonna give the nod to the Golden State Warriors," answered Rice when asked by reporters on Friday during a basketball clinic at the Globe Tower.
The said crash hoops course, which also featured Ginebra guard LA Tenorio, is a joint venture of the telecommunication company's grassroots sports program "Sports Para sa Bayan" and the NBA, which is on its Filipino Heritage Week.
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However, the fortune of Golden State, according to Rice, lies not on longtime stars Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green.
"A lot depends on how well Kevin Durant will be," said Rice, who is among the best shooters during the 90's.
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