Lil B is really turning this public feud with Kevin Durant into quite the show. The West Coast-based rapper has traded verbal darts with Durant and has continued to release songs and videos about his feud with the Oklahoma City Thunder star. While Durant has refused to speak about the issue, that has not stopped Lil B.
In an interview with SB Nation, Lil B explained how his problems started with Durant:
He talked about me. Before everything, I loved Kevin, but he was never a factor to me and then he talked about me. I wasn't thinking about him. I'm still shouting out the old school legends like John Stockton. I'm still in that era. But I got love for Russell Westbrook. I do appreciate what Durant does and stuff, but really, I've never seen him play a full game. I've seen Russell Westbrook. I've seen James Harden. I'm not paying attention to Kevin Durant. I don't have any recollection of watching him play. I can't remember how he shoots free throws. When I think back to 2011 and Miami, I think of Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Durant didn't leave me with any impression.
It's very hard to not have any recollection of Kevin Durant playing, but Lil B continues to take even more shots by saying that J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert "make more noise" than Durant:
People love Kevin. I was never watching Kevin. I was always watching Westbrook and Harden, even [Thabo] Sefolosha. Durant? This is before he was even talking about me, calling me wack. I just wasn't paying attention to him. J.R. Smith makes more noise than Durant, to me. Iman Shumpert makes more noise than Durant. I go crazy with Iman Shumpert in 2K. I know J.R. Smith has been making noise like crazy. Kevin was thinking about me and he said what he felt about Lil B and now I'm just saying what I feel about Kevin. I don't respect Kevin Durant's game. I've really never seen him play on TV. I don't watch him.
Can this 1-on-1 matchup actually happen? There's been enough talk. Hopefully Lil B's practice at the game of 21 is really preparing himself for the very tough challenge of facing Kevin Durant.
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[via SB Nation]