"I wasn't expecting to be a happy human being from a title," Durant told ESPN's Rachel Nichols in an interview that aired Saturday on SportsCenter. "I was just expecting like, you know, the ending of a movie -- once you worked so hard and everybody tells you like, 'Yo, this is what you need to be working for, is this gold ball and these rings.' And I'm just like, 'All right, cool, let me lock in on that.' And I locked in on wanting to achieve that, but I also realized it's a lot of stuff that factors in it that's out of my control. "And once I won a championship [with Golden State], I realized that, like, my view on this game is really about development. Like, how good can I be? It's not about, you know, let's go get this championship. I appreciate that stuff and I want to win to experience that stuff, but it's not the end-all, be-all of why I play the game." Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant says development, not titles, is what drives him now so why did you just build another superteam?