​Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant will become a free agent at season's end, and even though he's on the best team in basketball, there's a good chance he's moving on and signing elsewhere.

The latest drama between Durant and Draymond Green is a ​further indication that he's gone. So, where is he going to land? ESPN's Stephen A. Smith gave his top five landing spots for Durant:

​​I'm no NBA insider, but these choices seem pretty damn obvious. Literally anyone could have mentioned these teams. 

Smith starts with the Lakers, which is a no-brainer. Rumors have already swirled about KD and Anthony Davis joining forces with LeBron next season in LA. 

Stephen A. goes on and lists the Warriors as the second-likeliest team, which seems like a stretch with the latest drama going on there. Finishing out the top-five are the Boston Celtics, Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks. Again, that's too easy. 

​​He admittedly said he doesn't know, and it really is too early to know who where he's going to end up, but it's like he Steven A. isn't using his inside source juices too well. Come on, man.