Listen: Kevin Durant, Mani And Bob Myers discussed on High Noon
"Is also plausibly blamed less. But this is what Bob Myers said Mani after the game about this question. I don't believe there's anybody to blame. But I understand this world. And if you have to. Can blame me? I run our best ball, operations department and. He's one of the. He's one of the post miss understood people. He's a good teammate. Good person. It's not fair. What did you make of that? Because the block that Porto me. Oh, the Baloch is author, the warriors right now as an organization. But as I say, we may never actually know why this happened. Yeah, I mean. Well, no, we do know why this happened it happened because the do was hurting. He played right now. You may not know who pushed him out there, and I do hope for his own sake for Kevin Durant old safe. They he did not get bullied into play that he did not get bullied into plan by what the things are the he was reading that he didn't get bullied into playing by whatever pressure might have come from the front office. Eighty of that, right? Like I've done to somebody you made a good point if he was getting pressure to play. It probably was a cover from players because players know what this game is more than anything else. I just hope for Kevin Durant own sake, that he looked himself in the mirror and said, I want to play, I think I can go, I'm going to give it a try because at that point, he can live, whatever it was that happened in that moment, if he lets these other people push him into doing it. I can't imagine what a torturous twelve months. This is going to be because if he felt like he needed to prove something to somebody. Well, I guess it was proven and you're never going to be the same basketball player again. And that's why this is only the beginning of this conversation. I think because this dot only gets the narrow question of did the team doctors actually appropriately diagnosed first cafe injury. And then this one, it's"