Listen: Kevin Durant Explains Why He Picked Nets, If He Blames Warriors for Injury, More
"Athletes they thrive on slight they thrive on being written off in whatever way shape or form in this is why kevin durant argues with twitter eggs this motivates. I think it's incredibly unhealthy but this is how does it and so now oh he's out there and trying to figure out like what's the right way for me to look like i'm my own man and look tough and look like i'm making my own decisions and all all this other media bs. That's out there so he can keep picking those fights and you just don't know what's honest and what isn't anymore with him because he maybe one hundred percent telling the truth. I don't know anymore yeah yeah i. That's the thing like you just don't know he's trying to be genuine and i think he's i i think he doesn't i don't know if he understands and i think part of the nets thing is him just being like and he's talks talks about it. In the interview. Look lebron went to play with his buddy with dwayne wade and i think that's kind of what i wanna. Do i wanna play with my friends and lebron started that thing and i didn't really do that like he. You win and joined the warriors as mercenary right. That was the perception yeah and nobody. I think what he's even describing it like now. You know what i mean yeah yeah. Although i mean at the time too it's like you go back and you look at the the decision he made. It's like who wouldn't want to join that environment. It wasn't just they were good. It wasn't just the they. He came back and beat his team when he was in oklahoma city. It's like this was basketball shangri la. It's a bunch of dudes who all play selflessly. The ball moves moves. Everybody's scores. All of this stuff was going on to make this incredibly appealing place to go to work and so you know why why wouldn't you wanna be a part of that other than you're going to get so much flack for it for choosing the quote unquote easy way out but everything else about ah choice made perfect sense. I a hundred"