It's been talked about all season long how Kevin Durant is in his final year with the Golden State Warriors. Seemingly everyone expects the superstar to head elsewhere as a free agent this summer.

Durant, however, has pushed back on that idea, claiming, once again, that no final decision regarding his future has been made.

“I don’t know. I never know,” Durant said in a recent interview with Logan Murdock of NBC Sports Bay Area. “Nothing. Nothing. Absolutely nothing. I don’t think about the future, bro. Like that. Of course, I think about it, but not like, let me make these [plans], let me go ahead and go through the logistics and the details. I don’t go through details on s--t like this.

“My whole thing is, I don’t even want the business to get in the way of basketball,” Durant continued. “So, in the beginning of the season, my whole thing was like, let that s--t ... that s--t has nothing to do with me during the season. That has nothing to do with what we’re doing on the court.”

Durant is probably talking about all the rumors that say he's set on signing with the New York Knicks. Most NBA insiders believe he's going to the Big Apple. That belief was only strengthened earlier this season when it was reported that his company is moving to a New York City office.

When the Knicks traded Kristaps Porzingis to the Dallas Mavericks in order to clear salary cap space, many felt it was a sign that the organization knows Durant is coming. In his first time speaking with the media after the deal was made a few months ago, the reigning NBA Finals MVP was emphatic in saying he’s had no communication with New York.

The Los Angeles Clippers are also speculated as a possible landing spot for Durant. Kawhi Leonard has been the free agent most often associated with L.A., but the Clippers could have enough space under the salary cap to sign two max players this offseason.

After a 48-win season, the Clippers are the best team that's expected to land a superstar in July. A year after LeBron James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers, Durant could conceivably head to the same city in his quest to be recognized as the best player in basketball.

None of this speculation will end until Durant finally signs his new contract in the offseason. There have been reports that members of the Warriors’ organization believe the star forward is already intent on leaving. Some of Durant's teammates might even feel that way, considering Draymond Green was suspended earlier this season when he reportedly dared Durant to go elsewhere as a free agent.

Durant currently leads all players in the 2019 NBA playoffs with 28.8 points per game. He's led Golden State to championships in each of his first two seasons with the team, and the Warriors are odds-on favorites to win their third straight title.

The Warriors have a 3-1 series lead over the Clippers in the first round of the postseason.

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Kevin Durant #35 of the Golden State Warriors and Team LeBron warms up before the NBA All-Star game as part of the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, Feb. 17, 2019. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images