Kevin Durant #29 of the 2015 USA Basketball Men's National Team shoots during a practice session at the Mendenhall Center on August 12, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Kevin Durant's free agency decision "90 percent made," with him leaning toward this team

Kevin Durant is expected to decide on this landing spot.

Prized free agent Kevin Durant has free agency meetings set up with the Golden State Warriors, Los Angeles Clippers, San Antonio Spurs, Boston Celtics and Miami Heat when talks surrounding free agency officially kick off Friday at midnight.

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For Durant, his decision might already have been made, according to ESPN's The Undefeated:

"His decision is 90 percent made. It would take an amazing sales pitch to change it," said one of Durant's longtime friends.

Another Durant colleague said, "It's going to take some sweet-talking to get him to pass up all the money he can get by staying in OKC."

How sure of a thing is Durant staying exactly? Here's more:

"So relax, Oklahoma City. Durant leaving would be as stunning as James' departure to Miami and subsequent return to Cleveland. Instead, look for him to sign a one-year deal with the Thunder that would allow Durant and Westbrook to be free agents together in 2017 and co-star in next year's NBA free agency reality show."

The most suitable teams in free agency (Warriors, Clippers and Spurs) would all have to do serious reshuffling to fit Durant on a bloated salary on the current roster. Boston is the only of the teams that can fit Durant (and another max deal) on the squad, while Miami remains a long shot at best.

With rumors that the Thunder will attempt to appease Durant by chasing veteran center Al Horford in free agency emerging, the former MVP could land back in OKC for at least one more season.