Kevin Durant says leaving the Oklahoma Metropolis Thunder and going to the Golden State Warriors wasn’t taking the straightforward manner out.
It has been effectively over 4 years since NBA famous person Kevin Durant took his abilities to the Golden State Warriors by leaving the staff who drafted him, the Oklahoma Metropolis Thunder.
This transfer by the 2014 MVP was deemed to be the weakest transfer any famous person has ever taken in NBA historical past, and KD obtained an inordinate quantity of hate for this resolution.
This was because of the truth that Kevin Durant’s OKC had a 3-1 lead over the Golden State Warriors within the 2016 Western Convention Finals, however blew it after which determined to hitch the already stacked Warriors who had simply come off a 73 win common season.
Durant seems on JJ Redick’s podcast to defend himself as soon as once more.
Kevin Durant says he earned these 2 championships with the Warriors
After KD joined the Warriors within the 2016-17 season, he proceeded to win 2 championships together with 2 consecutive Finals MVPs.
Nevertheless, the truth that Durant gained these titles whereas being on a completely overpowered GSW staff, makes individuals say his titles don’t depend as a result of he took to the best manner out.
KD defends himself on the Outdated Man and the Three podcast saying, “I by no means perceive what meaning. As a result of I nonetheless undergo each rep at 100% pace.”
He continued on with, “I might perceive if I didn’t effectively in any respect, however I used to be taking part in at my greatest for each Finals.”
“No … I earned that.”
Kevin Durant on the titles he gained with the Warriors and other people saying it was the straightforward manner out.
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Kevin Durant joins one other stacked staff
Kevin Durant joined forces with fellow famous person Kyrie Irving final summer season as each took their abilities to the Brooklyn Nets.
Although KD and Kyrie haven’t performed a single minute on the courtroom but, the Nets have an ideal squad gamers corresponding to Caris Lavert, Spencer Dinwiddie, Jarett Allen, and Joe Harris.