NBA player Kevin Durant looks up during a promotional event in Hong Kong, China July 12, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Tuesday that the league might look at ways of maintaining competitive balance following Kevin Durant's blockbuster move to join the Golden State Warriors.Silver expressed concern at the signing which creates another super team and indicated that the NBA's parity might be better served if changes were made to the collective bargaining agreement.Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder to sign a two-year deal worth $54 million to join the Warriors, creating another NBA powerhouse. Silver added that Durant did not break any rules by exercising his right to change teams.Silver also said the league hasn't made a decision on moving the 2017 NBA all-star game from Charlotte in protest of North Carolina's controversial restroom privacy protection law.
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