Kevin Durant breaks Knicks silence - and rips everyone

Kevin Durant breaks Knicks silence - and rips everyone

I have nothing to do with the Knicks. Why do I have to talk to you?

However, speaking publicly for the first time in more than a week on Thursday after the Warriors game with the San Antonio Spurs, Durant told reporters to "grow up" and stop writing about his free agency decision.

"He was blowing off some steam", Kerr said. "And he just walks around here, don't talk to nobody, just walk in here and survey and write something like that, and now you gotta pile on me because I don't wanna talk to y'all about that".

"We really are. So we have to deal with that part of it".

Durant is an incredible player, one of the best scorers in National Basketball Association history and a future Hall of Famer. We're all getting questions from fans, like, "What's wrong with Kevin?"

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"I just don't trust none of y'all", Durant said. We all have moments of frustration, times in our life when we maybe don't feel like talking, maybe we're frustrated about something. He reportedly called Durant a "b--" and said, "We don't need you". That's what I am saying. In a superstar-driven league like the National Basketball Association, everything that stars do draws scrutiny, as we've seen at this year's trade deadline. I am more anxious about how they are going to do in the second half of the season and how healthy the players are. Tell me? Is that going to help me do my job?

He specifically targeted The Athletic's Ethan Strauss, who had written that Durant "demonstrated an impressive burst of speed" Tuesday when he fled the Warriors' practice court and a group of reporters as public relations officials "beseeched him to turn back". I try to be the best player I can be every possession. They chose to play basketball for the game - not to sit there and entertain theories about the future.

Curry, like Durant, is used to constant attention given his status as a two-time league MVP. Durant already draws tons of criticism online for absconding to the Golden State Warriors as a free agent, so Kanell and Botkin discuss whether or not Durant is treated fairly.

If you're not good - I should say if you're not consistently great, in conversations of being the best player in the league, how you stack up against other guys in different generations, different eras, all that type of stuff - then nobody cares what you have to say, or what you're doing.

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